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During 2016 many high profile enterprises (including the ATO and the ASX) suffered significant outages of critical IT services.

Once upon a time flexibility in the workplace was the sole domain of working parents, however our changing world has seen an increased expectation across all areas of your business.  As with all change, this presents the organisation with a number of opportunities, as well as challenges.

It was just over a year ago that Tourism Australia launched its $40 million campaign “There’s Nothing like Australia” highlighting the country’s world-class coastal experiences and showcas

Technology is changing the world, but has it changed the way you do business?

Welcome into the year of 2017 where we are back at the early stages of a new commodities cycle, or so we are led to believe.

A meeting of state and federal energy ministers in August 2016 highlighted the critical role that gas will play in Australia’s rapidly evolving energy sector.

Managing ill and injured employees can be extremely testing, particularly when you suspect the absenteeism may not be genuine…or when it is genuine, but their absences are beginning to negatively impact on your operations!

After more than AU$200bn in capital investment over the last decade, Australia is emerging as an undisputed global oil and gas epicentre with Perth at its very heart.

With the petroleum industry struggling through one of the toughest periods in recent memory, there has been a growing call for government, academia and oil and gas operating and service and supply

After four years of intense work on the Presqu’ile smart city project in Grenoble, France, let me share with you two aspects of the initiative that are absolutely central to a s

Narcissistic, adaptable and creative are character traits commonly associated with Millennial (Upwork Inc. 2015).

The past 12 months has seen fulltime jobs decline by approximately 53,000, the first annual decline in almost two-and-a-half years.

The fourth industrial revolution theory predicts entry level white collar jobs will be eradicated by technology.

Automation is our new reality. We have the capability, the investors and the need for innovation. Let’s embrace it. 

Modern Awards can be confusing, from determining what award applies, to identifying how each job is classified in the award, and then what your people are entitled to… Overtime?

It’s common knowledge that often the best applicants are currently employed, however recent studies suggest that nine out of ten Australians are keen to know about a job opportunity regardless of h

In this current economic climate, many small businesses find themselves faced with the prospect of cutting wages costs.  Gone are the ‘boom’ years when the main concern was finding the

With the future of manufacturing, construction, innovation and development in Australia over the next 20 years of vital importance to the resource sector, it’s time to reset and rethink how we plan

Your budget for the next year is set and one of the casualties is learning and development; meanwhile your employees are asking what training is available in the coming year.  Bel

The changing Australian economy has resulted in a greater focus on operating costs for many businesses.  Employees are often an organisation's greatest resource, and typically they also represent t

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