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Confidence is a work in progress
Opinion
MyCareer

Confidence is a work in progress

One's self-belief waxes and wanes, much like 'form' in sport.

  • by Jim Bright

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Dilemmas of a feline tantrum
Opinion
Work therapy

Dilemmas of a feline tantrum

Question to myself - how do I manage moggy during Zoom meetings?

  • by Jonathan Rivett
Freo food favourite fined after underpayment claims
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Restaurants

Freo food favourite fined after underpayment claims

A popular restaurant in the heart of Fremantle and its operator have been fined nearly $22,000 after an employee complained to the Fair Work ombudsman.

  • by Hamish Hastie
Streets ahead in the joy of interacting and tackling change
Opinion
MyCareer Education

Streets ahead in the joy of interacting and tackling change

Apart from the students singing in Latin at school assembly, being principal of a selective high school is a lot like running any other government school.

  • by Juliette MacMurray
Dodge career complacency and get your best foot forward
Opinion
MyCareer

Dodge career complacency and get your best foot forward

Lack of readiness for the pandemic teaches us a valuable lessons regarding our careers and their futures.

  • by Jim Bright
Lateral thinking needed at a time of change
MyCareer

Lateral thinking needed at a time of change

The job market has become more uncertain, but for some it can lead to unexpected opportunities.

  • by Anna Patty
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When to stop working from home? How about never, workers say
Coronavirus pandemic

When to stop working from home? How about never, workers say

Nearly two thirds of workers say they're more productive working from home - even with kids or a partner around, a survey by management consulting firm Korn Ferry shows.

  • by Suzanne Woolley
How can I stop someone stealing ideas?
Opinion
Work therapy

How can I stop someone stealing ideas?

My colleague often rephrases what someone has raised in a meeting in their own words and presents it as though it was their original idea.

  • by Jonathan Rivett
The write stuff: finding a way to thrive
Opinion
Work therapy

The write stuff: finding a way to thrive

Are writing skills "commercial enough" ?

  • by Jonathan Rivett
Are you workplace ready or anxious about returning?
Opinion
The lowdown

Are you workplace ready or anxious about returning?

If you dread going back to the workplace, you might be feeling separation anxiety from your home.

  • by Raquel Peel
From the Archives, 1956: Mail piles up as postal workers strike
Flashback

From the Archives, 1956: Mail piles up as postal workers strike

When mail sorters walked off the job, Sydney's postal service was brought to a standstill for several days.

  • by Staff reporter