07 January 2020

Early effort can make this the year of ethical behaviour

It is fair to say 2019 could be dubbed "The Year of the Bad Boss", driven by scandalous revelations about unscrupulous behaviour of bank executives to disturbing disclosures involving senior public servants.
05 January 2020

Resolutions to inspire adaptability at work

As many of us take a well-earned break to kick off the new year, thoughts will turn to finalising those new year resolutions to guide our personal lives: eat healthier, lose weight, get fit and find more "me time".
20 November 2019

Poor lift etiquette might stop you from reaching top floor

A colleague marches into the lift and stands so close to you that your skin begins to crawl - they have just breached office elevator etiquette.
06 November 2019

Why working from home might not work for everyone

While across the nation, commuters continue to lament the fact that travelling to work is taking longer than ever, a growing bunch of switched-on workers have discovered that the fastest way to travel between their home and the office is simply to make their home the workplace.
04 November 2019

Compelling business case for school connections

Businesses that place emphasis on corporate social responsibility, or CSR, are attracting a growing share of consumer goodwill and spending.
03 November 2019

Courage needed to meet recovery

It is somewhat surprising, if not disappointing, that this week's AIM WA CEO Voice event involved a conversation entitled, "What WA Business needs to do to survive the downturn".
03 November 2019

Government told to remove obstacles

WA business leaders have called for continued pressure on the McGowan Government as they warn that further policy relief is needed to boost investment convenience.
03 November 2019

There's plenty to like about Generation U

Leisurely lunch with lifelong friends, golf twice a week, travels to exotic destinations and catching up on books you have been dying to read - welcome to retirement after decades of hard toil.
30 October 2019

A bit of cybersurfing can help beat the workplace blues

You are hard at work when you jump online for a weather update.
27 October 2019

Social media blunders put workers at risk

If you use social media to try to harm the reputation of your company, embarrass your employer or even undermine your own capacity to do your job, your next post might need to include the hashtag #looking4work.