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Fear and loathing in the workplace: We must do better
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Fear and loathing in the workplace: We must do better

A manager once reminded me that despite what he termed the “new age” management ideas about engagement, inclusivity and respect, fear still works to motivate.

  • by Jim Bright

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Unis invest in local researchers as pandemic keeps overseas students away

Unis invest in local researchers as pandemic keeps overseas students away

UTS Deputy Vice-Chancellor Kate McGrath says the increase in scholarships would help “underwrite this next generation of Australian researchers”.

  • by Anna Patty
In this more enlightened time, how can ageism still exist?

In this more enlightened time, how can ageism still exist?

Older people have so much experience and wisdom to offer. How is ageism still such a stumbling block in our ageing society?

  • by Jonathan Rivett
The Googleplex of the future has privacy robots, meeting tents and your very own balloon wall

The Googleplex of the future has privacy robots, meeting tents and your very own balloon wall

Google’s first office was a cluttered Silicon Valley garage crammed with desks resting on sawhorses. Its new work spaces are going to be something that looks like a combination of Ikea and Lego.

  • by Daisuke Wakabayashi
The founder whisperer: Keeping Atlassian’s billionaires in line

The founder whisperer: Keeping Atlassian’s billionaires in line

Atlassian’s chief of staff isn’t afraid of having the difficult conversations with the tech giant’s billionaire co-founders when she needs to.

  • by John McDuling
How to embrace uncertainty in an uncertain world
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How to embrace uncertainty in an uncertain world

Accept uncertainty and keep moving – doing nothing is not always the best option.

  • by Jim Bright
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Gig economy must be brought into line, for the sake of all workers

Gig economy must be brought into line, for the sake of all workers

More than 40 major legal challenges have been brought to courts by gig workers across 20 countries, including Australia.

  • by Sarah Maguire
Pilot program aims to break down barriers for job seekers with disability
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Pilot program aims to break down barriers for job seekers with disability

The federal government is launching a new pilot program to assess the barriers facing job seekers with a disability.

  • by Anna Patty
You can’t ask that: how to navigate uncomfortable interview questions

You can’t ask that: how to navigate uncomfortable interview questions

The questions you are asked in a job interview can tell you a lot about a prospective employer, for better and for worse.

  • by Jonathan Rivett
NSW ministerial staff must enjoy same work rights as others

NSW ministerial staff must enjoy same work rights as others

A report says NSW Parliament has the same problems with sexual harassment as federal Parliament.

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Female tradies reach for the top of the world

Female tradies reach for the top of the world

A new NSW government program aims to close the gender gap in the trades industry.

  • by Anna Patty