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Indigenous business leaders gather in WA

In May this year, 17 scholarship recipients from around the country gathered in Perpetual’s Perth offices to take part in a one-off AICD Company Directors Course (CDC).

Can the market research industry still be trusted?

I started my career many years ago in financial journalism.

AICC(WA) Health & Medical Innovation Delegation to Israel

Israel is at the forefront of medical and life science research and commercialisation.  

6 ways to manage strategic risk

Recent studies show the dangers in mismanaging strategic risk for shareholder value.

#LawyersMakeADifference | Rebecca Bunney

In Law Week 2019, the Law Society of Western Australia launches a new, ongoing campaign, #LawyersMakeADifference, to highlight real stories of lawyers using their skills to help people in our communit

#LawyersMakeADifference | Tony Chong

In Law Week 2019, the Law Society of Western Australia launches a new, ongoing campaign, #LawyersMakeADifference, to highlight real stories of lawyers using their skills to help people in our communit

Tougher new penalties for employer breaches

The Migration and Other Legislation Amendment (Enhanced Integrity) Act 2018 came into effect in December last year to strengthen penalties against employer sponsors who breach obligations to staff.

What election #2019 policies will affect your business?

With the 2019 federal election due 18 May, we summarise the major policies and issues voters (and directors) should be across. Story by Zilla Efrat.

Top Workplace Design Trends for Perth 2019

Workplace Design trends can be a useful tool to prepare organisations for future business transformation and assess its impact on their prospective workplace fitout.

#LawyersMakeADifference | Sophie Manera

In Law Week 2019, the Law Society of Western Australia launches a new, ongoing campaign, #LawyersMakeADifference, to highlight real stories of lawyers using their skills to help people in our communit

#LawyersMakeADifference | Sally Bruce

In Law Week 2019, the Law Society of Western Australia launches a new, ongoing campaign, #LawyersMakeADifference, to highlight real stories of lawyers using their skills to help people in our communit

5 lessons from AGM season: ASIC

From remuneration to shareholder action and beyond, ASIC Commissioner John Price summarises key AGM season trends.

Facing up to the aged-care challenge demands innovation and flexibility

Australia’s ageing population is one of the biggest challenges facing the country in the next 20 years. 

Leadership WA Spotlight Series

Craig Holland is the Director of Maker + Co, a Bunbury-based Coworking, Innovation and Creativity spaced focused on supporting the Innovation Ecosystem in Regional Western Australia.

Law Society #LawMatters: Law Week 2019 | Monday, 13 May to Friday, 17 May

Law Week is an annual opportunity for the legal profession to engage with the public, build a shared understanding of the law and promote access to justice.

Tips for employers: unfair dismissal claims and practical ways to avoid them

This is an abridged version of a more comprehensive article you can find here.

How effective boards can challenge management

 Calls for boards to challenge management more robustly sound good in theory.

100% uptime turning WA businesses into fierce competitors

When we first set off on our journey in 2010 to be Australia’s leading Data Centre as-a-Service provider, we knew that providing our customers with 100% uptime was non-negotiable.

Director sentiment lowest in two years on economic uncertainty

The confidence of Australia’s company directors is at its lowest point in over two years according to the latest Australian Institute of Company Directors (AICD) Director Sentiment Index (DSI).

Tougher new ASIC warns directors

In this year's federal Budget, The Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) was awarded more than $400 million in extra annual funding over four years, 25 per cent more than last year.

Remote area benefits can save you thousands

Remote area benefits can save you thousandsIf you or your employees work in a remote area, there are a number of tax incentives that may be available. Benefits that can be packaged include: 

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