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And the Commonwealth Bank Teaching Award award goes to ...

And the Commonwealth Bank Teaching Award award goes to ...

A lucrative award supports schools in disadvantaged communities.

  • by Kristie Kellahan

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Lessons from the Opera House debate - are we free to do our jobs?

Lessons from the Opera House debate - are we free to do our jobs?

Premier Gladys Berejiklian's decision to allow horse racing to be promoted on the Sydney Opera House sails raises a broader question: Who are we working for?

  • by Jim Bright
Boards that 'pick and stick' with the boss

Boards that 'pick and stick' with the boss

Loyalty to a CEO is not necessarily a sign of good corporate governance.

  • by Jim Bright
Give employees a mile and they'll take ... well, a mile

Give employees a mile and they'll take ... well, a mile

If you're the one giving out the allowance, you can hardly complain when someone takes it.

  • by Jim Rivett
Men 'too scared' to mentor young women after #MeToo must lean in
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Men 'too scared' to mentor young women after #MeToo must lean in

Senior men say they are 'uncomfortable' with mentoring women after #MeToo, but work inequality will only get worse if young women cannot access mentors.

  • by Andrea Clarke
Nine things you should never keep at your desk
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Nine things you should never keep at your desk

A cluttered, messy desk can negatively impact your ability to do your job and keep you from feeling organised and productive.

  • by Charyn Pfeuffer
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The workplaces where bullies flourish
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Opinion

The workplaces where bullies flourish

Bullying is a scourge of many workplaces but they often have particular features, many of which can be found in politics.

  • by Caitlin Fitzsimmons
Forget 'work-life balance'. Work is life, and that's how it should be
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Opinion

Forget 'work-life balance'. Work is life, and that's how it should be

We must avoid thinking of work as an intrusion on life. It's the eight hours a day set aside for work that makes everything else in life possible.

  • by Harold Mitchell
Why you shouldn't send your kid to one of the top schools
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Opinion

Why you shouldn't send your kid to one of the top schools

Sending your kid to a weaker school and making sure he or she is at the top of the class can produce an achievement boost for years to come. Why that happens also holds a lesson for managers.

  • by Leonid Bershidsky
Happiness at work trumps money for most Australians
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Analysis

Happiness at work trumps money for most Australians

What is more important to you at work: happiness or money? Or, why not both?

  • by Caitlin Fitzsimmons
The economic forces tearing apart communities and friendships
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Opinion

The economic forces tearing apart communities and friendships

Once we get beyond our 20s, maintaining friendships becomes harder - just when you actually need them more than ever.

  • by Caitlin Fitzsimmons