Inspired living: Cultivating self-motivation and purpose

18 July

Self-inspiration is a transformative process, igniting our internal drive and pushing us toward our goals with newfound energy and enthusiasm.  It is the spark that fuels our passion, creativity, and resilience. Inspiration is not a fleeting moment...[Read More]

Women wanted for cybersecurity course, no men allowed

10 July

Only women and gender-diverse candidates will be invited to participate in the latest cybersecurity course from one of Australia’s largest security providers as part of an effort to address inequality in the sector. CyberCX launched its first...[Read More]

Navigating ownership changes: A comprehensive guide for business owners

11 July

Changing a business’s ownership structure can be a complex process, often necessitated by various circumstances, such as partnership disputes, divorce, retirement, or the sale of the business.    Regardless of the reason, it’s crucial to...[Read More]

Fifteen new Bushmasters to be built in Victoria

17 July

They’re the defence vehicles that have become a symbol of Ukrainian resistance against Russia, and now, millions more will be spent to create more to be used by Australian forces. The federal government has announced a $45 million contract to...[Read More]

Starting a New Job: Tips for Success and the Top 10 Jobs

27 June

Starting a new job is a pivotal moment, filled with both excitement and nerves. Whether embarking on your first career or making a significant shift, the early days at a new workplace are crucial for setting the tone for your future success and...[Read More]

Experts want more big solar projects, less nuke talk

5 June

Governments and industry bodies need to stop getting distracted by debates over nuclear power and start investing in large-scale solar projects to keep up with electricity demand, a summit has been told. The Clean Energy Council’s Australian...[Read More]

Realising Success: The Profound Fulfillment of Making a Difference in the World

30 May

The moment you realise you’ve made it in this world is a profound and multifaceted experience, encompassing more than just financial success.    It’s a deep sense of fulfilment, a culmination of your hard work, perseverance, and the impact...[Read More]

Cash still king as big business bails out Armaguard

26 June

Cash will keep moving across Australia after transporter Armaguard secured a $50 million bailout from the country’s biggest banks and retailers. The agreement, funded by the Commonwealth, Westpac, NAB and ANZ banks, along with Coles, Woolworths,...[Read More]

Professional services insurance

27 June

Your job as a professional requires you to apply your expertise to satisfy the requirements of your clientele/patients. Your customers count on you to provide high-quality services and expert guidance. However, despite your best efforts, there’s...[Read More]

Essential Components for Crafting an Effective Business Plan

20 June

Creating a business plan is a crucial step for any entrepreneur or business owner. It serves as a roadmap, guiding the business from its initial stages through growth and development.    A well-crafted business plan not only helps in securing...[Read More]

Saving your brains for the good stuff, not ‘grunt work’

19 June

Electricity networks and banks will need high-tech tools to overhaul decades of legacy systems that could otherwise leave the nation vulnerable to blackouts and hackers. Developer platform GitHub prides itself on being home to more than 100 million...[Read More]

Bosses pocket higher pay amid cost-of-living headaches

13 June

Executives at some of Australia’s largest companies have received double-digit pay rises as workers face rising cost-of-living pressures. A report on board and executive pay among ASX-listed companies, released on Tuesday by the Governance...[Read More]

Australian workers lead AI race but do not trust it

13 June

More Australian office workers are using artificial intelligence tools than their peers in the UK, US or France but most still do not trust the technology to get tasks done. Slack released the findings from a survey of desk workers in six countries,...[Read More]

Top 10 tips to improve your job interview responses

6 June

Preparing for an interview involves carefully planning your responses. Certain words, although seemingly positive, are best avoided.    Some are clichéd and overused, while others may unintentionally downplay your abilities. Hiring managers have...[Read More]

Call to expand reasons to ignore boss in new work laws

22 May

A worker’s right to ignore unreasonable out-of-hours contact from their boss should expressly include when they are on approved leave as well as staffing arrangements, the peak union body says. Right to disconnect laws passed by the Albanese...[Read More]