In the face of the pandemic, many governments around the world chose to sacrifice their economies in order to protect the lives of their citizens. Can we expect health to play a bigger role in predicting future economic movement?
The way we work – and where we work from – has changed. Does this mean office design will change as well? Three experts weight in.
Stephannie Jonovska FCPA and Dionne Jones CPA of BlueScope Australian Steel Products are making use of every possible opportunity to upskill. The goal: a transformation of the company’s finance function, and the hope of emerging from the pandemic better than ever before.
Veena Sahajwalla has launched the world's first e-waste microfactory and plans to export the model throughout Australia, and the globe.
Three experts discuss if higher taxes are the best way forward, covering productivity, jobs and business growth, government policy and more.
What will our world look like a year from now? Experts and futurists agree that we can expect big changes, and that they will be for the better.
One of the side effects of the COVID-19 pandemic is an uptick in cashless attractions. Does this mean the death of actual dollars and cents?
With remote working and automation on the rise, soft skills, such as effective communication, flexibility, adaptability and conflict resolution, are even more important. Can these skills be learnt?
The Victorian Government in Australia recently passed an act to make long service leave benefits portable for people in contract cleaning, security and community service. We ask three experts: should the entitlement be portable?
Too hot for some and too cold for others - is there an optimal office temperature to maximise comfort and minimise energy bills? The answers might surprise you.