You really can train your brain

Kate Jones 5:47 AM   What are the three secrets to developing real smarts?

Should weekend work be restricted?

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Tony Featherstone 12:00 AM   There's a lot to be said from a productivity perspective for banning staff from taking work home.

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Why flexible working can hurt your career

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Tony Featherstone   Why do so many managers still have an antiquated 'bums on seats' mentality?

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Forget work friends on Facebook

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James Adonis   Why you should shun certain social media sites when it comes to colleagues.

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White collar life not always the dream

Dwayne and Olivia Bramble took a leap of faith that took them from senior roles in fashion brand management to don work shirts and boots.

Claire Dunn 12:00 AM   Meet three former executives for whom life behind a desk was never going to provide satisfaction.

The true cost of cute cat videos

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James Adonis   Researchers have explored what procrastination really means for productivity.

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Do marks still matter?

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Tony Featherstone   Are companies placing too much emphasis on the wrong things in recruitment?

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How to find an extra hour a day

Take a step back from your working day to spot inefficiencies.

Kate Jones   Here are four really easy ways to stretch your day.

Menopause and work: incompatible?

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It's one of the last taboo topics and it needs to be explored.

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What Malcolm means for SMEs

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Is he all talk or will the Prime Minister really be able to save our start-ups?

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How I got the other half on board

Aspiring moguls should make sure their partners support their ventures.

Caroline James   Getting your partner on-side can make or break your start-up.

Stop forgetting we're human

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James Adonis   Has your work lost perspective on the fact we're all in this together?

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Why do unis neglect small business?

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Tony Featherstone   There's an opportunity to help millions of enterprises collectively become more innovative.

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How not to kill a business relationship

Some of Australia's best-known companies are dragging on the ASX

Kate Jones   Never make an enemy of a colleague again with these easy tips.

Do corporate values matter?

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James Adonis   Are they just meaningless propaganda or do they actually work?

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Can women afford time off work?

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Kate Jones   You can forget maternity leave if you're committed to your career.

Become a top public speaker

Amber Daines: An author who believes in the power of the spoken word.

Kate Jones   Anyone can thrill an audience with these easy tips.

Not all customers are equal

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James Adonis   Ever been treated like dirt in a shop because of who you are?

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Why we're lost for words

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Tony Featherstone   Why is writing becoming a lost art?

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Is your office too hot?


Caroline James   It's tough to get the temperature of a workplace right. Is yours a sauna or a fridge?

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How do you pick a dud candidate?

How an applicant is dressed can be a big giveaway. But other signs are not so obvious.

Christine D'Mello   They might look good on paper, but it's tough to tell whether someone will be a great employee.

Sexual harassment not just a female issue

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Christine Long   Surprising new research shows one in five complaints is made against a woman.

Could you be a tradie?

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James Adonis   Not if you're a snob. But have you made a grave error of judgement?

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What's the latest workplace stress?

Software homes in on points on a face, such as the corners of eyes or eyebrows. Algorithms also detect texture variations that occur when people laugh, frown, or smirk.

Kate Jones   One critical factor is causing people to take days off work and is contributing to mental illness.

The five deadly sins of leadership

Can Gen Y workers cope without constant rewards?

Claire Dunn   If you can avoid these, you'll be more efficient, effective and successful.

A million people out of work

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James Adonis   So is there really a skills shortage?

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Lessons from the Ashes humiliation

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Tony Featherstone   Leadership changes across sporting codes provide management insights.

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How much does sleep matter?

Almost one in three Australians are unsatisfied with the amount of sleep they're getting.

Christine Long   The findings of a three-year study into the consequences of lack of shut-eye produced surprising results.

Local exporters well placed

Perhaps it could help exporters by intervening in the currency markets to cut the exchange rate.

Chris Little   COMMENT: But diligence is requirement over payment terms.

What should bosses know about staff?

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James Adonis   Do employers have a right to know if staff are drug takers, adulterers or gangsters?

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