The conventional wisdom that the Aussie dollar would follow declining commodity prices down to the cellar has been turned on its head. So why has 2016 seen the dollar surprise us with its strength?
At the risk of being labelled a Luddite or a technophobe, there’s a compelling case to be made for keeping our current old-fashioned vote counting system.
For employers willing to embrace the concept, the benefits of truly flexible workplace arrangements can ignite a business on many levels.
Encouraging people to save for old age while also looking out for the most vulnerable is a difficult balancing act, but Hong Kong is on the right track
The biggest trends in foreign investment in 2016 are more money and the desire to invest in large, developed markets.
It is now some 15 months since the commencement of the Goods and Services Tax (GST), and it is timely to reflect on the success and impact of its implementation.
Australia’s aged-care landscape is changing fast to meet the growing demands of an ageing population that wants to stay in their own home.
Be aware of the dangers of short-term investing, warn two experts. Whether it’s property or shares people invest in, the first priority should be to think about returns over many years, with appropriate levels of risk.
As longevity extends and the way we work is transformed, a new work-life model is replacing the traditional career path of the past.
Feeling the need to apologise to a colleague, but worried you might make things worse?
In a competitive and age-conscious workplace, some employees are putting their physical appearance high on the career agenda.
These ideas will change the workplace as we know it
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