Holiday

In the name of the Father ... at work

James Adonis There's something quite intrusive about overt religion, especially in the workplace.

Right on cue, there’s a long line of bad service

Queue.

Tony Featherstone Forcing customers to wait means dead time and dead businesses.

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Michael Pascoe

Spare a thought for the self-employed

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Michael Pascoe Small businesses treated as second-class citizens, but they keep the country functioning.

On the 10th day of Xmas, my boss gave to me...

Christmas time.

Belinda Williams Frugal bosses cop a lot of flak at Christmas time. But are employees expecting too much?

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Casual work: a blessing or a curse?

James Adonis, Work in Progress

James Adonis Over two million Australians are classified as casual workers. And the trade unions aren't happy about it.

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Sick and tired of absenteeism

Sickie.

James Adonis When your employees feel insignificant, they act that way.

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Return to corporate life: pleasure or pain?

Fancy returning to 9-5 work?

Tony Featherstone More small business owners will have to consider their employment options as trading conditions deteriorate.

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Managing

Problems higher for casual workers: unions

Casual jobs

Young workers are more likely to be sexually harassed, discriminated against and underpaid as they become trapped in casual jobs, unions say.