A prestigious company and a great boss - sounds like an ideal career move. But what if you can't have both? Is it worth working for a respected organisation if you have a lousy leader?
With another year comes another set of business challenges. What does 2019 have in store for global business? Three experts share their predictions.
Retirees may require more than the Age Pension to live comfortably in their older years, and the Australian Federal Budget 2018's expansion of the Pension Loans Scheme makes a reverse mortgage more appealing. However, is it really worth contemplating?
Soaring house prices and the rising cost of living are prompting young adults to stay in the family nest longer - but at what cost? While in generations past it was common practice for young Australians working full-time and living at home to help cover household expenses, paying board appears to be out of favour.
Being a job referee requires giving an honest account of someone's work history and performance, or does it? Are there instances where a referee can avoid revealing the truth and, if so, what are the implications?
Semi-autonomous vehicles are predicted to arrive in Australia by 2020. Fully autonomous cars are expected in 2025, according to the Future of Car Ownership report by the NRMA. Driverless cars may improve road safety and enhance the mobility of older people, but they also present significant issues around data privacy. What do the experts think?
It’s the story we keep writing – how do we get more women into leadership roles? We keep writing it because it’s still not happening in a meaningful or timely way. What’s holding women back, and how can men be part of the solution?
Will automating routine tasks usually performed by entry-level accountants undermine their basic accounting skills?
To remain livable and economically competitive, rapidly growing cities need to embrace high-tech solutions to solve their many practical problems. However, how willing are citizens to sacrifice their privacy for the benefits of smart cities, and can government regulations keep up with new tech?
Gig-economy platforms deliver convenience for consumers and flexibility for workers.