business

screen fatigue

Back-to-back video calls, emails, texts and report writing – you’ve probably clocked up more screen time than you realise. 

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Organisations need to adopt a specific approach to hybrid working in order to improve collaboration, communication, productivity and innovation.

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From higher mortgages to hoarding outdated technologies, how will the government’s current stance on climate change affect the economy for Australians?

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As we embark on Mental Health Week 2021 and begin to emerge from months of lockdown, employee mental health is at risk. But there are ways to reinforce psychological safety, says UNSW Business School's Frederik Anseel.

Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, August 30 2021: Queues of people waiting to get coronavirus vaccine outside Peanut Farm St Kilda walk-in covid-19 vaccination clinic. Crowds of young people lining up.

As Australia edges closer to vaccination rollout targets needed to open international borders, big businesses have been stepping up. But is it their role to speed up a government plan? 

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UNSW has a wide range of experts available for comment on the coronavirus pandemic.

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There are a number of important lessons for leaders who are looking to maximise productivity and engagement with employees who work from home, says UNSW Business School.

A clock and a jar full of coins with a 'retirement' label on a table.

New research indicates that many people who withdrew funds from their super over the past months are uncertain about the long-term consequences of their decision.

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UNSW Business School research explores the negative correlation between media coverage and corporate innovation.

Two female software programmers looking at computer screens.

Female students need to be tech agile because women are twice as vulnerable as men to losing their jobs to automation, says a UNSW tech expert.

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