Australia’s ingrained ‘anti-dobbing’ culture may be hindering efforts to stamp out workplace bullying and harassment, which remains a serious issue for Australian businesses, according to Harmers Workplace Lawyers.
On Friday morning, I jumped on QF401 to Melbourne. For those readers who are unaware, this flight leaves Sydney at 6am. Which got me thinking: when does a work day start and end for these people?
Blonde-haired women earn seven percent more than women with other hair colours researchers claim, suggesting looks are worth more than intelligence if stereotypes are correct.
This week I read a study featured in Science Daily. With a high degree of cynicism, this study must have been performed by a NASA scientist!
A workplace trend has emerged in Australian businesses with managers training to become coaches as opposed to hiring external coaches.
92% of Australian women believe that they do not enjoy equal rights according to the results of a new study conducted by leading cosmetic company the Heat Group and UNIFEM Australia, the United Nations Development Fund for women. The Poll also revealed 41% of women flagged domestic commitments, lack of support in the home and… Continue reading 92% of women say gender balance not equal in the workplace