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Psychologist speaks up to help turn down the volume of anxiety

Psychologist speaks up to help turn down the volume of anxiety

Psychology careers in Australia take many forms today, writes Joshua Jennings

  • by Joshua Jennings

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No guarantees: Future retirees can't rely on super to live comfortably
Opinion
Superannuation

No guarantees: Future retirees can't rely on super to live comfortably

There are in fact compelling reasons for leaving compulsory superannuation capped at 9.5 per cent - but not those advanced by the Grattan Institute.

  • by Daryl Dixon
Foodora rider wins unfair dismissal case in landmark ruling
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Foodora rider wins unfair dismissal case in landmark ruling

The Fair Work Commission has set a new precedent in deciding a former Foodora deliver rider was not an independent contractor.

  • by Anna Patty
Strip-club business meetings are alive and well in the age of #MeToo
Gender equality

Strip-club business meetings are alive and well in the age of #MeToo

Whether on the company credit card or not, club owners say their corporate clientele is as enthusiastic as ever.

  • by Jeff Green
When C-Suite jargon turns into double-speak
Opinion
Careers

When C-Suite jargon turns into double-speak

There is nothing sweet about the way C-Suite executives express themselves.

  • by Jim Bright
Grassroots bid to tackle Bali's waste problem
BOSS

Grassroots bid to tackle Bali's waste problem

Australian surfer and jewellery-maker-turned-environmental educator Mike O’Leary is founder and CEO of ROLE Foundation in Indonesia, that is addressing environmental issues in Bali, writes Diana Plater.

  • by Diana Plater
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Shoppers happy to pay more for fruit and vegies if workers paid fairly
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Shoppers happy to pay more for fruit and vegies if workers paid fairly

New research shows many supermarket shoppers are willing to pay up to $1 per kilo more for their fruit and vegetables if the workers that picked them were not underpaid.

  • by Anna Patty
Ripped off by $10.50: How Sandra Parker learnt meaning of fair work
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Ripped off by $10.50: How Sandra Parker learnt meaning of fair work

The Fair Work Ombudsman knows what it's like to be underpaid - and have someone fighting in her corner.

  • by Anna Patty
Customer Success? In my computer-less dreams
Opinion
Careers

Customer Success? In my computer-less dreams

There will be a time in the very near future when this sentence will seem absurdly anachronistic, writes Jonathan Rivett.

  • by Jonathan Rivett
Taking big steps to small business success
Careers

Taking big steps to small business success

A small business program leads to large success for refugee and migrant women, writes Danielle Norton.

  • by Danielle Norton
Reality, but not as you know it
Careers

Reality, but not as you know it

As the nature of storytelling changes, English teachers must keep pace with new technology, writes Kristie Kellahan.

  • by Kristie Kellahan