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When sweaty palms and heart palpitations are not a good thing

There has been a shift over the years in the way the performance appraisal is conducted, particularly in the frequency of discussions, leading to a more meaningful experience for both manager and empl

Increased connectivity and digital identities at the forefront of Cisco innovation

Cisco continues to forge ahead with innovation surrounding technology and the internet by sharing its extensive knowledge on connectivity, digital identity and cyber security.

Help! My employee wants a raise.

Typically associated with sweaty palms and a general feeling of discomfort, it’s likely that at some point you’ve dealt with the pay increase question, either as the employee...or the manager.

Shire launches video to support advocacy efforts

The Shire of Serpentine Jarrahdale launched its advocacy video at an event with key stakeholders at Quarry Farm on Tuesday, 16 April.

New opportunity on offer at emerging Murdoch health and knowledge hub

A world-class centre of excellence for health, education and research is beginning to take shape in Perth’s growing southern corridor – and a new release at LandCorp’s Murdoch Health and Knowledge Pre

BCRC-WA study on the effects a cancer diagnosis has on offspring

In 2018, BCRC-WA conducted a study on the effects a breast cancer diagnosis has on offspring.

Shaping our AV future

Disruption to traditional forms of travel means we all need to change our current way of thinking and develop a well-defined roadmap for a safe transition into our driverless future.

Our global outlook

Look no further than medical research for a successful model on global partnering.

UWA 2030: a blueprint for leadership

Over the coming months The University of Western Australia will launch its new vision, UWA 2030.

More than just iron ore

It is well-known that Western Australia’s economic success is based on mining, but other industries like agribusiness, tourism, and education are stepping up.

Constraint Innovation – Unlocking Value

Constraint Innovation allows management to plan for and manage constraints in dynamic, uncertain environments despite scarce resources.

Business Focus on Real Estate Agencies

What the changing business landscape means for real estate It’s a fact that our business environment is changing significantly, and the real estate sector is no exception.

Green tips to introduce CSR to your organisation

It’s the three words that all companies hear, yet most find hard to actively respond to; Corporate Social Responsibility.So, what actually is Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and how can you, as

Europe is open for business

Europe and Australia are closer than ever in terms of bilateral, regional and global cooperation. This partnership continues to grow.

Elevating Australia - setting the standards for the Oil & Gas industry

More than ever, operators, suppliers, contractors and drilling companies alike are aware of the need for and value of comprehensive sets of standards that provide greater consistency of safe practices

BCRC-WA’s launches new support program for partners of metastatic breast cancer patients

Receiving a diagnosis of breast cancer is devastating, not only for the patient but also for their loved ones.

Is an Online MBA for you?

The education sector is rapidly evolving, especially in an era where everything is accessible at the touch of a button and from the comfort of your home.

Babies, beagles and a bright future for solar savings

Significant energy-bill savings can be made with solar power in almost any business, but the upfront cost of panels and installation can be a barrier, particularly in the not-for-profit sector.

Visa Legislation: Lessons and Tips for Recruiting Overseas Talent

In September Prime Minister Scott Morrison flagged the Australian Government will make it a priority to encourage migrants to move to smaller capital centres - including Perth - and into regional and

More than "giving for good", supporting BCRC-WA saves lives

Breast Cancer Research Centre-WA (BCRC-WA) will open a world class integrated breast cancer treatment, research and patient support service centre in Perth in 2020 which will further consolidate our r

Land of Sweeping Plains

Schneider Electric and SA Power Networks combine to combat distributed power network outages.

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