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Why hiring graduates isn’t a cost to SMEs

New graduates are stepping out of university and finding it harder than ever to gain employment. They often turn to the graduate programs offered by...

Monash Uni gamifies graduate recruitment

Monash University is harnessing video games as part of a digital service to help employers hire talented graduates. According to the university, the game-based job...

Why start-ups and education providers should go hand-in-hand in Australia moving forward

Innovation and startups are set to be the future of the Australian, and possibly even global, employment landscape. However, educational institutions place a greater emphasis...

Stemming the brain drain: meet the duo behind the new start-up hub for international talent

To stop a leakage of bright, entrepreneurial minds from Australia, chartered accountants Domenic Saporito and Gerard Holland have partnered on a venture that makes...

Paddl’s CEO on helping students into jobs, her passion for start-ups and the 457 visa dilemma

Recently named one of Australia’s nine most influential female entrepreneurs*, Melbourne businesswoman and start-up advocate Dominique Fisher has made a career out of developing...

$100k on the table for ‘World’s Best Intern’

One lucky top Aussie graduate stands to score a $100,000 employment package in what’s being called the “World’s Best Internship” by the start-up behind the offer.

38% of university graduates openly admit to lying on resumes

University graduates are lying on their resumes when applying for graduate jobs, with a survey of 2,500 Australian university graduates showing that 38 percent openly admit to lying on their resumes.

Australian Graduate Survey finds female graduates paid 3% less

In the 2009 Australian Graduate Survey conducted by Graduate Careers Australia, female bachelor degree graduates were found to be paid around 3 percent less on average than their male counterparts.

How to support someone who may be suicidal

Many of us will notice changes in the people around us and get the feeling that 'something is not right' or is...

‘We’re putting Wi-Fi in products that don’t exist yet’: Morse Micro

Today, being disconnected from Wi-Fi would be incapacitating for most businesses. Yet Wi-Fi is a relatively recent innovation.

Trump becomes first US President to be impeached twice

The US House of Representatives has condemned President Donald Trump on a single impeachment count of "incitement of insurrection", making him the...

How to build a peer support network

As a small business owner, you don’t always have the backup of formal social supports offered by larger employers. 

Dynamic Business: Have your say about what we write, and you read

2020 was a year of unprecedented challenge for business owners. Almost overnight, businesses of all sizes were scrambling to find new customers...

Dealing with financial stress

It is common for people working in business to be concerned with or stressed about their business finances at some point.

How Australian retailers are reimagining customer experience

The customer is always right is an adage that has been driving the way we do business for years. While the concept of...

Regional company pivots to manufacture COVID-19 face masks

As COVID-19 wreaked havoc nationally and demand for safety equipment grew, Victoria’s regional medical device manufacturer Care Essentials pivoted its focus to...