Time to talk about how to use technology to save time
Before COVID-19 upended life as we knew it, we used technology to communicate at work. We sent emails and used instant messaging and, occasionally, had an online meeting.
26 July 2020
Take a practical look at mid-career malaise
Long before the coronavirus pandemic shattered the global economy and crushed million of jobs, a handful of middle-aged employees were experiencing an affliction that confronts even the most level-headed of us - the mid-career crisis.
21 July 2020
Keep your CV simple to help get past the robot recruiters
With job security plummeting and unemployment rising, many workers are jumping online to find their next big employment opportunity.
19 July 2020
Exposing the myth of doing more with less
When you eventually make your way back in to the office, chances are your boss will greet you with words along the lines of, "We are all going to have to do more with less".
14 July 2020
Getting company logo inked is too much skin in the game
Perhaps you've heard of customers who have had their favourite brands etched into the skin but rarely do we encounter those who tatt-up with their employer's logo.
13 July 2020
Board has role in shaping school culture
Members of the business community will be familiar with the statement that 'culture eats strategy for breakfast' - an assertion regularly bandied around boardrooms.
09 July 2020
Workers aim for new health highs by standing at desks
Most adults understand that slouching in an office chair all day long can put your health at risk.
05 July 2020
It's time to quarantine panic-buyer behaviour
"Stop doing it. It's un-Australian and it must stop." Only a few months ago our Prime Minister's now-famous message to panic buyers reverberated around the nation.
01 July 2020
Buzzword bingo may be a pain point in new normal
If you have been a regular videoconference participant, there is a strong possibility you have heard of the latest game craze doing the rounds of our workplaces.
28 June 2020
I'll get back to you: procrastination the norm
As the COVID-19 lock-down shackles continue to be loosened and many head back to the office, bosses will encourage us to purge the procrastinating ways that at least some of us acquired through a prolonged stint of working from home.