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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

Recent disasters such as that in Orlando and Brussels have brought home the importance of social media during a crisis.

You might think you don’t compete against Uber. The reality is you do.

We live in a world where we all need to continuously become more efficient.

Over the past 18 months the drivers in our industry have changed, some would argue for the worse but I would argue for the better.

The hard decisions have been made to consolidate your workforce to ensure your business continues to survive in an uncertain and volatile market.

The WA Mining Club’s latest Education Series unearthed an interesting discussion on innovation and technology. But are we doing it right? More of a good thing is not always better.

Downsizing…. Streamlining….. Restructuring…. Rationalising! Currently in Western Australia, these are all too common terms.

There are plenty of job seekers looking for work at the moment.

With the new ‘normal’ level of commodity prices and lower level of capital investment the resources industry requires every dollar of investment to stretch further and the need has arisen for more

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