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‘Smart bullies’ emerge in universities in new workplace trend

‘Smart bullies’ emerge in universities in new workplace trend

New research has found a new trend that involves university staff bullying their bosses has emerged as a bigger problem than bosses bullying their staff.

  • by Anna Patty

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Chinese owners of scandal-ridden dairy scramble to sell the farm

Chinese owners of scandal-ridden dairy scramble to sell the farm

The Chinese-owned Van Dairy Group was in turmoil on Friday as fresh investigations were launched amid secret plans to hive off parts of the business.

  • by Adele Ferguson
The right career path is not always the most obvious one
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The right career path is not always the most obvious one

The best career path is not necessarily one that is well trodden.

  • by Jim Bright
The daily tyranny of charmless banter

The daily tyranny of charmless banter

There’s a middle ground between grinning and bearing annoying behaviour from an office clown and caustically nipping it in the bud.

  • by Jonathan Rivett
Have a successful career without the self-help mumbo jumbo
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Have a successful career without the self-help mumbo jumbo

Career decision-making is simple if you follow these basic steps.

  • by Jim Bright
Eliminate the risks of calling out bad behaviour

Eliminate the risks of calling out bad behaviour

When women are being treated poorly at work it can feel risky calling out bad behaviour if the perpetrator is in a position of power.

  • by Jonathan Rivett
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‘Career comeback’: new opportunities for mature women with experience

‘Career comeback’: new opportunities for mature women with experience

After taking a long break from the workforce, it can be difficult finding the confidence and the right opportunities to return.

  • by Anna Patty
Radio kingmaker John Brennan celebrated as a mentor to many

Radio kingmaker John Brennan celebrated as a mentor to many

Known as a “media godfather”, John Brennan’s life was celebrated at his funeral at St Mary’s Cathedral in Sydney on Wednesday.

  • by Anna Patty
New school-based traineeship program opening doors for NSW students

New school-based traineeship program opening doors for NSW students

Starting with a pilot program in the state’s north, the NSW government is rolling out new school-based traineeships to students close to finishing high school.

  • by Anna Patty
Domestic violence shock waves reach way beyond the home

Domestic violence shock waves reach way beyond the home

Misunderstandings in the workplace about victims can potentially hurt them further and for a long time.

  • by Ruth Weatherall, Mihajla Gavin and Natalie Thorburn
Contemporary job titles are no laughing matter
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Contemporary job titles are no laughing matter

A ‘saggar maker’s bottom knocker’ was once just as relevant as an impact officer is today.

  • by Jim Bright