Archived News for Executives and Senior Management - July, 2013
Analysis of 103 different government-sector wage deals has revealed the massive disparity in pay between employees in the same classification band but different departments.
With recent reports of the rampant cheating to get ahead in the Chinese exam system, it is no surprise that the country’s rich elite are forking out for a school which deals in the finer things.
The trial is on for the former director of collapsed stockbroking firm Opes Prime, Julian Smith has pleaded not guilty to accusations of dishonest actions.
Billionaire, mining magnate, politician and dinosaur herder; these may be the titles attributed to Clive Palmer, who has been given approval to build the world’s biggest dinosaur park at his resort on the Sunshine Coast.
Research has shown CEO recruits who have had even one minor legal infraction, such as a speeding ticket, are seven times more likely to engineer an accounting fraud than those with completely clean records.
One of the main groups representing Australia’s business community has called the Federal Government’s plan to bring forward an Emissions Trading Scheme “flawed”, “rushed” and called for the Productivity Commission to get involved.