Dealing With Higher Inflation: Strategies to Thrive Amidst Rising Costs

June 1, 2023

The cost of living continues to rise, and many are feeling the pinch. However, there are ways to navigate and adapt to this challenging financial landscape. If you’re looking for practical solutions and workarounds to help you tackle higher...[Read More]

Master the Art of Requesting to Work Remotely: A Step-by-Step Guide

June 1, 2023

The remote work trend has gained significant momentum in recent years, offering employees the flexibility to maintain a healthy work-life balance. If you’re planning to join the ranks of remote workers, convincing your employer to grant you this...[Read More]

Mandatory gas code of conduct still being finalised

May 31, 2023

Energy market intervention has been defended at a parliamentary hearing, despite another round of price hikes for many in the coming year. Treasury Secretary Steven Kennedy said he did not believe the success of gas market intervention over the past...[Read More]

AI use not the ‘Wild West’, company executives warned

May 31, 2023

More than two-thirds of Australian organisations have embraced artificial intelligence but many executives are largely ignorant of existing laws governing their use, according to a new report. Artificial intelligence is fast becoming an essential...[Read More]

Resilient labour market tipped to stick around

May 24, 2023

Most workers are likely to keep their jobs despite the economy sinking into a stretch of slowing growth. Like most advanced economies, the pandemic recovery has fuelled exceptional competitiveness in the jobs market. Treasury analysis of jobs data...[Read More]

Power bills to surge despite budget tipping modest rise

May 24, 2023

Power bills in at least three states will rise by more than double the amount estimated in the federal budget. In a stoush with Liberal Senator Hollie Hughes over the impending price hikes, Assistant Minister for Energy Jenny McAllister denied the...[Read More]

Mining ready to ride biggest boom with $2t up for grabs

May 24, 2023

Some $2 trillion has been unleased for a low-carbon economy under United States laws, with Australia set to get access to tax breaks as a trusted and sustainable source of critical minerals. US Consul General Siriana Nair said on Wednesday the...[Read More]

Housing and childcare squeeze behind bush worker gap

May 24, 2023

While the job market booms in country Australia, workers are hard to find amid chronic shortages of housing and childcare. The Regional Australia Institute think tank warns the bush is falling further behind as supply of workers, particularly...[Read More]

Determining the Right Business Structure (from day one)

May 18, 2023

All successful businesses depend on a solid and dependable structure. While you can always work it out as you go, improvisation in the business world is inefficient, highly risky, and likely to lead to failure. Getting the right systems in place...[Read More]

Gas-rich NT ‘key player’ with new carbon capture hub

May 17, 2023

A proposed emissions storage hub in the Northern Territory will take carbon waste from gas plants and provide a feedstock for making fertiliser and other products. Chief Minister Natasha Fyles said the creation of a carbon capture, utilisation and...[Read More]

Military told to fast-track, revolutionise technology

May 17, 2023

The defence minister says Australia, the United States and Britain must work together seamlessly on new technology and weapons to protect against aggression in the Pacific. Richard Marles will talk about cutting red tape to efficiently share...[Read More]

Quality Trumps Cost Every Time

May 11, 2023

Like other well-known fashion houses that have stood the test of time, Gucci is an iconic brand that has always been focused on quality. From the leather bags they made for saddles in the 1920s to the clothes and accessories the brand is known for...[Read More]

Workers on track for fastest wage growth in decades

May 10, 2023

Workers are in line for a bigger-than-expected boost to their pay packets. Fierce competition for labour has spurred faster wage growth that’s tipped to reach four per cent through the year to the June quarter of 2024 – its fastest pace since...[Read More]

Fee-free courses to train our way out of skill shortage

May 10, 2023

Hundreds of thousands of Australians will be able to upskill for free as the Albanese government looks to drag the country out of a skills shortage. An extra 300,000 TAFE and vocational education training places will become fee-free from the...[Read More]

Sustainability is not ‘woke capitalism’, minister says

May 3, 2023

The future value of companies is at stake as regulators, companies and governments grapple with sustainability and consumer protection. Federal Minister for Financial Services Stephen Jones warned a business audience that sustainable business must...[Read More]