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Transport and storage tops Australia’s Top 10 Most Dangerous Jobs

Transport and storage tops Australia’s Top 10 Most Dangerous Jobs

The transport and storage industry is the most dangerous industry to work in, according to a new list of Australia’s most dangerous jobs.

Innovation rhetoric a tad tired

Innovation rhetoric a tad tired

I think it's fair to say, the term 'innovation' has had its day.

High demand for women in IT

High demand for women in IT

The lack of women in IT roles is leading some firms to favour highly qualified female applicants over their male competitors in a bid to better …

Managing and engaging with your community

Managing and engaging with your community

The importance of community engagement is a foregone conclusion. It is a crucial growth component for businesses of all sizes. In an increasingly …

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Tenders open for Apprenticeship Support Network

Tenders open for Apprenticeship Support Network

The Australian Government has today opened tenders for the Australian Apprenticeship Support Network, another step towards the next wave of reforms aiming to lift apprenticeship completion rates.

Cloud services expected to reach $4.55 billion by 2018

Cloud services expected to reach $4.55 billion by 2018

The Australian cloud computing market is expected to explode over the next few years, according to findings from Frost & Sullivan’s latest report, State of Cloud Computing in Australia Report 2014.

High demand for women in IT

High demand for women in IT

The lack of women in IT roles is leading some firms to favour highly qualified female applicants over their male competitors in a bid to better spread opportunity and workplace diversity.

Green paper tax concessions to help farmers’ cashflow

Green paper tax concessions to help farmers’ cashflow

The latest agricultural green paper aims to give a leg-up to struggling farmers by tweaking with a range of key tax concessions to help improve cashflow in periods of drought and economic turbulence.

Bank personal customer satisfaction levels reach record high, business customers score lower

Bank personal customer satisfaction levels reach record high, business customers score lower

The latest findings from the Roy Morgan Single Source Survey reveal the satisfaction level of personal bank customers reached its highest in eighteen years, while business customers levels were overall lower.

Red-tape reduction to help smaller builders

Red-tape reduction to help smaller builders

Small time builders operating in regional areas stand to benefit from changes to the tender process for construction projects fully or partly funded by the government.

NBN Co reveals 140 suburbs to receive fast broadband

NBN Co reveals 140 suburbs to receive fast broadband

NBN Co, the Commonwealth company established to design, build and operate the National Broadband Network (NBN), has today revealed the first 140 suburbs to be covered by the NBN.


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