Some employees still feel the need to disguise themselves to ‘survive’ certain work cultures, say UNSW Business School academics.
Australian public law expert Associate Professor Janina Boughey explains what might happen if the Immigration and Home Affairs ministers use their personal discretionary powers to cancel the visa of tennis player Novak Djokovic.
The NSW government’s announcement of a $1000 fine for failing to report a positive voluntary rapid antigen test will likely achieve the opposite of its intention.
Anthony Albanese’s plan for high-speed rail between Sydney and Newcastle could well be worth the cost, so long as he doesn’t muddy it with 1970s-style industry policy.
Have you ever walked your dog by yourself as a child? Or vacuumed the house at 10.30pm? Here are six uncommon laws in Australia that you may never have heard of before.
When planning for the unexpected, deciding what happens next in a business doesn’t need to be as dramatic as an episode of ‘Succession’.
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.
Our news feeds are inundated with success stories of people who got rich quick, who climbed the career ladder to the top, even people who became overnight viral sensations.
Despite COVID-19 dominating the headlines in 2021, the Black Lives Matter movement, Voice to Parliament and Disney being sued, have been at the forefront of legal news.
The dominant forces in the Coalition seem to have learnt their lesson: Australia’s economy still needs serious budget support.