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The death of the workplace as we know it may have been exaggerated

The death of the workplace as we know it may have been exaggerated

As companies prepare for a post-pandemic world, the much-mooted workplace model is evolving in unexpected ways.

  • by Emily Cadman

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You must work longer, but corporate reality doesn’t match the policy
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You must work longer, but corporate reality doesn’t match the policy

The federal government is encouraging people to work longer, yet age discrimination is increasingly becoming a serious issue in the workplace and there is a significant gap between policy and corporate reality.

  • by Emily Chantiri
WA Police have investigated 23 sexual assaults in resources industry since last year

WA Police have investigated 23 sexual assaults in resources industry since last year

The figures are higher than the statistics provided to the same inquiry by the Department of Mines, Industry Regulation and Safety.

  • by Peter de Kruijff
Secrecy over outcome of whistleblower’s complaint against NSW Governor

Secrecy over outcome of whistleblower’s complaint against NSW Governor

The Premier’s department has been quietly investigating a complaint against NSW Governor Margaret Beazley, but has not disclosed the outcome.

  • by Carrie Fellner
Grandparents may be larger than they appeared on the phone
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Grandparents may be larger than they appeared on the phone

Mayoral scent bottles start a trend.

Tax tweaks and subsidies could help business tackle ‘the issue of our time’
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Tax tweaks and subsidies could help business tackle ‘the issue of our time’

PwC Australia has submitted a proposal to federal government saying adjustments to the tax system could help improve the mental health of thousands, and boost the economy.

  • by Rachel Clun
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‘Enough is enough’: Ruby Rose says bullying and unsafe conditions led to Batwoman exit

‘Enough is enough’: Ruby Rose says bullying and unsafe conditions led to Batwoman exit

“Stop asking if I will return to that awful show. I wouldn’t return for any amount of money nor if a gun were to my head,” the Aussie star said.

  • by Robert Moran
‘Of course it’s taken a toll’: Matildas soldiering on amid controversy, says FA boss

‘Of course it’s taken a toll’: Matildas soldiering on amid controversy, says FA boss

Ongoing allegations of cultural problems within the Matildas set-up are taking their toll on players ahead of Saturday night’s clash with Brazil, says James Johnson.

  • by Vince Rugari
‘Full confidence’: Sports minister backs SIA probe into De Vanna claims

‘Full confidence’: Sports minister backs SIA probe into De Vanna claims

Sport Integrity Australia’s probe into allegations of misconduct in women’s football could be accepting submissions as early as this week, and will be much broader than first anticipated.

  • by Vince Rugari
The tricky business of airing privilege in the office

The tricky business of airing privilege in the office

When talking about what you did on the weekend is concealing your happiness better for everyone?

  • by Anson Cameron
Former Sony Music boss Denis Handlin stripped of ARIA Icon award

Former Sony Music boss Denis Handlin stripped of ARIA Icon award

The move comes months after stories exposing allegations of a toxic culture within Sony Music’s Sydney headquarters.

  • by Nathanael Cooper