Workplace

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How the right graphics take presentations to a new level


Actively planning for retirement helps counter the loss of identity, income and status that can accompany the exit from the workforce.

Know when to change gear: judging the right time for retirement


Group thinking is a real danger when everyone in the team is the same demographic.

8 tips to build a great team


A good apology has the power to repair relationships and restore respect. Rather than being a sign of weakness, saying 'I'm sorry' shows strength of character.

Apologise like a leader: how to say 'I'm sorry'


Employers can minimise toxic complaining by making employees feel valued and heard.

Whinge away the day: why complaining at work can be good for you


Age discrimination far outweighs other forms of bias in the job-seeking process, so those over the age of 55 are finding it difficult to find work, despite a willingness to participate in the workforce.

Over 50 and out to pasture? Time for employers and government to stamp out age discrimination.


Microlearning is not “slicing up” a large complex topic, it’s about identifying learning opportunities throughout the workday that will help an employee do their job better.

Microlearning: what it is and how to make it work for you


Managers who allow flexible work send an important message to staff about trust.

How to make flexible work successful


Without the right technology, remote work is nearly impossible.

4 things that make remote work successful


Cloud automation software makers have worked out that they can offer users many more functions by cooperating with one another.

Use cloud automation platforms to boost team productivity


It’s the way workplace mistakes are handled that can be the difference between future career success and oblivion.

工作失误,我们该如何完美应对?


Suddenly sexual harassment – overlooked for so long – is now in the spotlight.

How employers should deal with a sexual harassment complaint


The Australian Bureau of Statistics estimates there are one million independent contractors currently working in Australia.

When is a contractor not a contractor?


A private suite on a Singapore Airlines Airbus A380.

商务旅行,未来将发生哪些重要变化?


Ironically, the frantic pursuit of a full life can leave us feeling stretched thin and unfulfilled.

Work-life “balance” is a myth. That doesn’t mean you’re doomed.


Developing a better BQ is useful in helping people forge a closer, more responsive relationship with their bodies.

10 ways body intelligence can improve your work performance


It’s the way workplace mistakes are handled that can be the difference between future career success and oblivion.

How to handle mistakes at work


Creating a culture of acceptance and support plays a big part in bringing mental health issues out of the shadows.

5 ways to discuss mental health in the workplace


'All hands on deck' is just one of the buzzwords or terms vying for top position in 2018.

Business buzzwords to watch in 2018


70 per cent of US offices have some type of open-plan design and Australian organisations are increasingly following suit.

Open-plan offices: how to make them work


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