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    Public political posturing largely put to one side as commercial realities take hold

    Public political posturing largely put to one side as commercial realities take hold

    16 Dec 2010 by Mark Pownall

    It remains to be seen if the nation’s mining leaders retain their high-visibility profiles on the next stage. ...

    Lobbyists pitched industry view against gov’t

    Lobbyists pitched industry view against gov’t

    16 Dec 2010 by Mark Pownall

    THE specialist group set up to negotiate with miners the fine print of the revamped mining tax probably has just one job – to keep the industry from again uniting behind a major political campaign like it did for six weeks in the middle of this year. ...

    There were a few other things, really!

    There were a few other things, really!

    16 Dec 2010 by Mark Pownall

    The mining tax and the accompanying political shenanigans were not the only events of 2010, even though it might have felt like that for many business leaders in Western Australia. ...

    States’ rights strategy pays off for Barnett

    States’ rights strategy pays off for Barnett

    16 Dec 2010 by Mark Pownall

    WHEN Colin Barnett chose to play the states’ rights card just before Christmas 2009 it seemed like a strategy with a hint of desperation. ...

    Famine and feast for resources services sector as pressures squeeze opportunities

    Famine and feast for resources services sector as pressures squeeze opportunities

    09 Dec 2010 by John Phaceas

    The return of boom conditions is not delivering an even spread of benefits to the companies servicing the resources sector. ...

    Cultural differences a challenge

    Cultural differences a challenge

    09 Dec 2010 by John Phaceas

    THE growing internationalisation of Western Australia’s resources sector is creating a range of major new challenges for local services companies as they deal with an ever more exotic client base. ...

    Riding a rough road to riches

    Riding a rough road to riches

    09 Dec 2010 by John Phaceas

    OPPORTUNITIES may abound for many in the resources services sector as the state’s economy returns to full speed, but they are not yet always flowing through to the bottom line. ...

    Top executives’ pay cheques a sign the state’s economy is back on the fast track

    Top executives’ pay cheques a sign the state’s economy is back on the fast track

    02 Dec 2010 by John Phaceas

    Australia’s resources-led economic recovery has had a major impact on the pay of WA-based executives, with a big rise in the number of million dollar pay packets as share prices bounced back from GFC lows. ...

    Value in the eye of shareholders

    Value in the eye of shareholders

    02 Dec 2010 by John Phaceas

    GETTING value for money is a subjective matter when it comes to assessing executive pay. ...

    Chairmen’s pay up as roles broaden

    Chairmen’s pay up as roles broaden

    02 Dec 2010 by John Phaceas

    HE role of chairman at Australian public companies has traditionally been reserved for experienced industry professionals tired of working in an executive capacity and who are keen to bring an independent viewpoint to the company boardroom. ...

    Big salaries skew perspective

    Big salaries skew perspective

    02 Dec 2010 by Mark Pownall

    THE sacking of a provincial health chief in Canada might seem far removed from Western Australia’s public service, but the news that gained global attention shows bureaucrat salaries are a big issue around the world. ...

    Slow going for South West heavy hitters

    Slow going for South West heavy hitters

    25 Nov 2010 by Mark Pownall

    The South West is a land of opportunity, but some locals worry the chance to develop is being missed. ...

    Cooperative connections adding value

    Cooperative connections adding value

    25 Nov 2010 by Mark Pownall

    THE interconnectivity of industry in the state’s South West corner, based on the value adding undertaken by many of the region’s businesses, makes it very different from what we see to our north. ...

    Major concern over uneven employment spread

    Major concern over uneven employment spread

    18 Nov 2010 by Natalie Gerritsen

    As WA continues its resources-led economic recovery, businesses are searching for solutions to the encroaching skills shortage. ...

    Training, development key to retaining a skilled workforce in testing times

    Training, development key to retaining a skilled workforce in testing times

    18 Nov 2010 by Natalie Gerritsen

    DANIEL Stean started at floral import export company WAFEX 10 years ago, sweeping the factory floor; now he is the general manager of the company’s Perth warehouse, overseeing 40 staff. ...

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