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Small business


What really happens on conference calls?

Kate Jones These boring teleconferences present irresistible opportunities for most of us to multi-task.


Putting people, digital and data first


John O'Mahony and Joshua Tanchel A new report shows technologies are the key to a successful small- to medium-sized business.


Branson's rules for making tough calls

Richard Branson

Richard Feloni The world's most famous entrepreneur on getting what you want and never backing down.

Help for older women who need jobs

Amanda Reeves and Lynne Williams, The Finishing Touch

Adam Courtenay There are options for 50-plus-year-old females who want work.

Would you buy clothes from a street van?

Fashion truck

Richard Feloni American consumers clamour for fashion that fell off the back of a truck.


Manufacturers struggling with regulatory burden


Lisa McAuley But the META Deregulation Hub aims to address this.


Good mental health is good business

Mental health.

Sally Kirkright Investing in the wellbeing of your team delivers commercial benefits.

How to spot an office backstabber


Caroline James Some people will do anything to get ahead. Here's how to pick them.


Hayfever not to be sneezed at

sneeze generic

Larry Kalish There are steps you can take to help staff who suffer allergies this spring.

Get your brand in department stores


Claire Dunn One entrepreneur struck a deal with Harvey Nichols in the UK before even having a product to sell them.


Uncertainty over employment contracts ends for employers

Canberra is now home to a rapidly increasing number of employers planning on slashing their workforces.

Kerryn Tredwell Employers will be relieved at a recent High Court ruling, but will still need to tread carefully to avoid adverse action claims.

Do you suffer mother guilt?

Suzanne Milne and kids

Kate Jones Women who combine work and family life suffer this affliction. But there are ways to clear your conscience.

What your work clothes say about you


Caroline James What constitutes dressed for success in the modern workplace?

Make stress work for you


Anneli Knight Tension can work in your favour if you take the right approach.

The truth about home reno shows


Claire Dunn The contestants aren't the only winners from these popular reality TV series.

I won't do it your way


Nigel Bowen Meet the non-conformists kicking goals despite their obstinate refusal to abide by the rules of the game.

What does your body language say?

Body language

Gayle Bryant If you're not making headway in your life, you might need to look at your non-verbal cues.

Is it OK to steal at work?


Caroline James Few can claim a pristine conscience when it comes to taking the odd pen home. Does this make it all right?

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Would you employ a Gen Y?

Gen Y

Sylvia Pennington Youth unemployment numbers are at record highs. Why are businesses avoiding taking on and training young people?

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Do tatts matter at work?

Tattoo thumb

LARISSA HAM Have we reached a point at which anything goes when it comes to body modification and the workplace?

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