This article is authored by Jenna Price and is originally published by The Age. It isn’t very often that I start crying midway through an interview. I’ve interviewed Marian Baird, professor of gender and employment relations at the University of Sydney, so many times over the years. But those first interviews were always about how … Continue reading The nightmare that’s been waiting to hit Australian women
This article is written by Rebecca Cushway of Careers Excelled, part of the Career Money Life Supplier Community. This article is originally published by GWP Magazine 2007. Imagine spending eight to ten hours every day working side by side with your parents, grandparents or children. Would it be all plain sailing? Perhaps not! We are … Continue reading How to Overcome Generation Gaps at Work!
This article is originally published by PetsOnMe, a Career Money Life Certified Supplier.No one wants to leave their beloved pooch at home as they head to work each day. And at some jobs, you don’t have to. Many companies are realizing that having a dog at work is a win for dogs and their humans alike. … Continue reading Benefits of a Dog Friendly Workplace
This article is authored by Janet Etty-Leal of Holistic Services Group (HSG), part of the Career Money Life Supplier Community. You can view the original article on HSG's website. Mindfulness is the art of noticing what matters now. And for most people, commitment to family relationships is a top priority. Home is where the heart … Continue reading Top 5 Mindful Parenting Tips
The following article is authored by Diversity Council Australia CEO, Lisa Annese. This article was first published in The third Sector. Flexibility is key. No successful sporting coach has ever suggested that only one or two members of a team need to be flexible. While it can be advantageous for certain positions on the field … Continue reading Top tips for a flexible workplace