Employment

Candidate shows enthusiasm in job interview

Keen as a bean to nail that job interview? It turns out that showing too much enthusiasm for the new job can damage your chances, new UNSW Business School research shows.

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The trending rejection of hustle culture that’s been going wild on TikTok actually has its roots in shrinkflation and long-term workplace trends. 

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When planning for the unexpected, deciding what happens next in a business doesn’t need to be as dramatic as an episode of ‘Succession’.

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The coronavirus pandemic has led many individuals to rethink the meaning of work in their lives and reconsider the importance of mental health and wellbeing.

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New research has found an improved approach to leadership coordination and communication in hospitals can improve patient outcomes.

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There are key reasons why Australia's largest-ever spike in job vacancies does not mean employers are able to fill vacancies, says a UNSW Business School expert.

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The federal government should focus on specific measures that will boost employment and stimulate growth and productivity, says UNSW Business School’s Gigi Foster.

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Labour market scarring can have a lifelong effect on people’s earnings and their ability to climb the employment ladder, says UNSW Business School's Richard Holden.

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Respectful and consultative decisions between employer and employee are needed in the coming months, and this approach will minimise potential OHS legal risks in the process.

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A UNSW Economics expert examines flaws in the JobKeeper scheme and explains what should be done.

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