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Work therapy: When Santa's little helpers go crazy

Work therapy: When Santa's little helpers go crazy

How do I deal with a colleague who is obsessed with getting the whole office involved in holiday celebrations?

  • by Jonathan Rivett

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'Cheap pizza putting lives at risk': NSW launches taskforce into food delivery deaths
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'Cheap pizza putting lives at risk': NSW launches taskforce into food delivery deaths

The NSW government is under pressure to extend workers compensation laws and safety regulations to protect food delivery riders in response to five deaths in two months.

  • by Anna Patty
Willingness to learn is the key to being a good teacher

Willingness to learn is the key to being a good teacher

A veteran educator says students have often been her best teachers.

  • by Miriam Meaney
Fate of AFL trio shows how players are exposed

Fate of AFL trio shows how players are exposed

How Collingwood’s fire sale of contracted AFL players exposes the fault lines around players’ rights.

  • by Meg Smith
'You can't learn that in a classroom': Push back over workplace training for tradies

'You can't learn that in a classroom': Push back over workplace training for tradies

Concerns have been raised about the potential for training organisations to provide trade credentials without the need for a workplace apprenticeships.

  • by Anna Patty
You want to work as what? The real problem with career-matching tests
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You want to work as what? The real problem with career-matching tests

We should not always rely on trying to predict our career outcomes.

  • by Jim Bright
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How can I stop workmates throwing suspicious sickies?

How can I stop workmates throwing suspicious sickies?

In a medical institution, lives can be at risk when others have to take up the slack.

  • by Jonathan Rivett
Why workplace diversity still matters during COVID
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Why workplace diversity still matters during COVID

When the dust settled in the aftermath of the 2008 global financial crisis, something intriguing emerged: some of the companies which had placed a higher priority on diversity and inclusion managed to weather the economic storm best.

  • by Daniela Elser
Better than remote chance the office is back

Better than remote chance the office is back

As Australia continues to record very low numbers of coronavirus cases, the shift back to the office has begun. Will we all just return to a pre-COVID normal?

  • by Caitlin Fitzsimmons
Dealing with the unexpected is part of a principal's job

Dealing with the unexpected is part of a principal's job

The COVID-19 pandemic has provided a challenge like no other to education professionals.

  • by Angela Helsloot
As professional women, we must back ourselves to shine

As professional women, we must back ourselves to shine

Is a crisis of confidence stopping some women from applying for more senior roles?

  • by Karen Eck