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The four leadership “blind spots”

A recent Dale Carnegie survey of over 3,300 employees has identified four leadership “blind spots” – the aspects of leading that are currently not...

Australian workers hold work-life balance above wage

70 per cent of Australian job seekers now consider work-life balance to be more important than salary, highlighting a need for businesses to adapt.

Falling productivity concerns for Aussie business leaders

Falling productivity and workplace performance is the chief worry for business leaders.

How to take the stress out of a performance appraisal

Performance appraisals offer significant benefits to a business by ensuring that each employee’s performance is contributing to meeting business goals and introduces a culture of responsibility, accountability and empowerment.

How to get the most from Gen Y workers

Often called the ‘Me Generation’, Gen Y has been tagged by many employers as a group of workers who ‘want it all without having to work for it’.

Career development opportunities key to staff retention

Providing opportunities for career development and progression are well known factors in keeping employees satisfied and reducing staff turnover – yet business isn’t taking full advantage of this concept.

Poor office hygiene costing Aussie businesses

Australian businesses are suffering due to poor office hygiene – a shocking 1 in 6 office workers fall ill and cost up to $800 million in lost wages each year from sick days.

Steps towards more inclusive workplaces

It’s commonly accepted that employee satisfaction is the key to keeping productivity high, but workplaces around Australia are adding a new approach to the task.

Aussie employees prefer straight talkers

Australians may not be as laid back as the popular stereotype suggests when it comes to their work, a new survey reveals.

Employers demanding more from their workforce

Almost 90 per cent of Australian workers believe their employers are making higher demands on their skills than they were five years ago, according to a new report.

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What does the Budget mean for startups?

In what is being dubbed the "jobs budget" the 2020-21 Budget was the opportunity for the Morrison Government to lay out the...

Government backflips on RDTI cuts with a $2 billion boost

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Female founders deem Budget ‘A step forward, but more to be done’

Whilst largely satisfied with the way the Budget has catered for women, female founders are saying there is room to create greater...

“The $1 trillion budget deficit”: Economists on the 2020-21 Budget

The 2020-21 Budget delivers the biggest Australian deficit since World War 2. The Government’s fiscal stimulus of $51 billion during the GFC...

Budget 2020-21: What’s in it for businesses?

This year, Australia will see a $213.7 billion deficit. “Our economic response has come at a significant cost,” said...

Josh Frydenberg’s full speech: Federal Budget 2020-21

This evening the Federal Budget will be announced by Treasurer Josh Frydenberg in Parliament House in Canberra. Having...

Federal Budget: Treasurer brings forward tax cuts, braces for large deficit

As the Federal Government hands down the "most important budget since World War II" this evening, Australians can expect to see further...

Can the battle over the US Supreme Court influence businesses beyond US borders?

The world has watched US politics this year with a mixture of dismay, amusement and confusion. One of the most controversial political...