Many workplaces have a diverse workforce, but aren’t inclusive. It’s important to get both things right to make employees feel like they belong.
- by Scarlett McDermott
Tony Burke says legislating 10 days of paid family and domestic violence leave as a universal right would be his first parliamentary act.
- by Angus Thompson
Vanessa Picken has been revealed as the replacement for one of the largest figures in Australian music and will take up the role of chair and CEO of Sony Music Australia in September.
- by Nathanael Cooper
The hospitality sector says parents of young children are often cut out of jobs in the industry because of the lack of flexible childcare options.
- by Katina Curtis
In a tight labour market, employers are becoming increasingly aware of the need to keep their talent happy and provide workers with an environment in which they can flourish.
- by Sue White
Ten years ago, Julia Gillard called out the misogyny in politics. A year ago, Brittany Higgins told us it was still there. Now, female councillors tell their stories.
- by Sarah Brookes
There are two types of face-to-face meetings – those that are productive, efficient and produce actual decisions and outcomes. Then there is the other type in which a piece of your soul dies.
- by Annie Lawson
Lockdowns and border closures may be a thing of the past, but the legacy of COVID looms large over our ways of working. Many Australians are working more hours and feeling more burnt out than before the pandemic.
- by Natalie James and Sean Gallagher