Unions will likely campaign for women to receive an extra two per cent in superannuation contributions, and for the retirement age to return to 65, at this week’s ACTU Congressin Brisbane, Australia. It doesn’t take the greatest economists to tell us that wage disparity between the sexes and the common sociality requirement for women to temporarily
At wattsnext we are in the privileged position to work closely with many business owners who are so emotionally engaged with their business that they “hurt” when things are not going right. When I say hurt, this is deep emotional, psychological responses and to some extents physical illness when things aren’t going right in their
You’ve walked in to the office for the first work day of 2018 full of gusto and inspiration from the clarity and perspective you gained over the holiday period. New goals, new ambition, new strategy. This new attitude will give the team the direction they are all needing to be engaged for another year right?
This coming Friday, 20th October 2017, the Holden plant shut the doors on a dynasty of manufacturing that has embedded in Australia’s DNA and left a legacy that can tell a story for the future generation to learn from. The Australian car manufacturing industry is one that has seen the full spectrum of advancement from
So, to continue on the current topical point of millennials and their effect on the work place, I would like to propose that we were all millennials once. Retrospective evaluation would identify that each new generation has always been looked a suspiciously by the previous occupiers of the glass towers. The invention of rock and