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The Black Economy Taskforce estimated the black economy could be worth as much as 3 per cent of national GDP, or about A$50 billion a year.

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Trotting out the same interview questions each time there is a vacancy will not deliver many insights about the candidates.

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Because of the way the new standards are written, being a good accountant requires enhanced skills, such as a better understanding of risk management.

IFRS: new challenges, new opportunities for accountants

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Burnout affects about 5 per cent to 7 per cent of the working population, according to Michael Leiter, professor of industrial and organisational psychology at Deakin University.

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How does a business know whether the right people are having the right conversations? The use of social network analysis can shine a light on the social influences within team structures.

Social network analysis: what it is and why it matters

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A resignation can be highly stressful. It can throw the business off kilter, disrupt plans, and there may be pressing organisational aspects.

The art of the employee farewell

01 Dec 2019 Workplace Careers

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