Work is war — or it can feel that way to certain CEOs. Enter former Australian fighter pilot Christian Boucousis.
- by Emma Goldberg
One of Australia’s largest employers has been hit with more than 1000 criminal charges for allegedly underpaying more than $1 million in long service leave to 1235 former workers.
- by Ben Schneiders
We need routine to organise our lives, but we need surprise to keep things fresh and vital.
- by Jim Bright
Since she established Anti-Slavery Australia at the University of Technology Sydney, she has helped migrant workers who are traded like commodities.
- by Anna Patty
Can office lingo be confusing, or even exclusionary? I once told a newbie to get ready for “the stand-up” and terror crossed his face.
- by Cayla Dengate
I’ve reclaimed my Arabic surname as a source of pride. But even now, sadly, names like mine create a glass ceiling in Australian workplaces.
- by Rashell Habib
PwC was not the only one in the firing line this week as a Senate inquiry revealed multimillion-dollar pay packets and a lack of disclosure on wrongdoing.
- by Colin Kruger and Rachel Clun
You’ve changed jobs, and utterly regret it. Should ask your old employer if they’ll take you back?
- by Jonathan Rivett