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

12 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

12 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]

PM blasts opposition for shifting goals on climate

12 June

Australia’s climate debate is heating up again as Prime Minister Anthony Albanese slams an opposition plan to water down emissions targets if elected. The coalition still wants to reach net zero by 2050 but leader Peter Dutton plans to ditch the...[Read More]

Coalition gains on Labor as cost-of-living crisis bites

12 June

The coalition is catching up to Labor fresh polling shows, as Australians feel the brunt of the cost-of-living crisis. The opposition’s primary vote has risen two points to 39 per cent in the latest Newspoll, conducted for The Australian between...[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]

‘Nonsense’: tradies left off skilled migration list

5 June

The inclusion of yoga instructors and dog handlers on a draft list of priority migrant skills in the middle of a housing crisis has been labelled as nonsense by the federal opposition. Trades, including plumbers and bricklayers, remain under...[Read More]

Billion-dollar deal the right prescription for chemists

5 June

A multi-billion-dollar boost to pharmacies has been locked in for the next five years following a deal between the federal government and chemists. The latest community pharmacy agreement was signed off by Prime Minister Anthony Albanese and the...[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]

Energy communities will be backed by a net-zero body

5 June

Coal and gas workers in areas where power plants are shutting down will soon have an agency to support the shift to new jobs in the renewables sector. Federal laws establishing the Net Zero Economy Authority passed the House of Representatives on...[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]