Archived News for Executives and Senior Management - February, 2014
Everyone needs sleep - without it we risk high cholesterol, obesity and depression - but new research shows missing sleep may do long-term damage to the brain as well.
The latest unemployment stats have already been used as evidence for a number of political stands, including calls for new budgetary considerations and industrial relations reform.
Federal Treasurer Joe Hockey has let a Wall Street Journal reporter in on the scale of cuts, sales and savings the Government intends to make, which may soon see the nation's power poles in foreign hands.
The Prime Minister has launched a Royal Commission into union governance and corruption across a range of industries, with terms of reference set to string up dodgy workplace practice nationwide.
New South Wales Roads Minister Duncan Gay has ordered the Cootes Transport fleet off the road for safety inspections again, showing a lack of faith in interstate inspection regimes.
The entire $120 billion energy industry wants its own set of options in the government’s Direct Action policy, asking to be exempt from the bulk of new laws.
The heads of some union-backed superannuation funds have made a surprising announcement, saying they would like more independent outsiders on their executive teams.
Leaders of the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission are feeling strapped for cash, admitting that ‘natural attrition’ has not thinned its numbers, and it needs more money for redundancies.
The federal government is considering removing the requirement for larger companies to lodge an annual report with the Workplace Gender Equality Agency.