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Kathmandu CEO resigns to head up Austrade
Inside Kathmandu’s solar-powered store in Blackburn.

Kathmandu CEO resigns to head up Austrade

Outdoor fashion retailer Kathmandu’s chief executive Xavier Simonet has resigned after five years at the helm Simonet is taking up a role as CEO of Austrade, the Australian Trade and Investment Commission, ...
Is your current approach to employee rostering costing you money?
VIDEO: How Revlon introduced workplace flexibility
Redbubble names new chief executive
Coles shuts out striking warehouse workers

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Lush signs enforceable undertaking after repaying staff $4.4 million

Lush’s breaches related to minimum wage rates, rates for weekend and shift work, overtime rates and allowances, as well ...

Australia Post CEO resigns amid Cartier controversy

Australia Post chief executive Christina Holgate has resigned with immediate effect, stating she won’t be seeking any fi...

Garry Hounsell steps down from Myer board before AGM

Housnell took the action after it became clear Myer’s largest shareholders would not support his bid to return as chairm...

Frontline managers don’t feel valued by their business, and Covid has made it worse

The latest ‘Deskless, not Voiceless’ report shines a light on the growing gap between organisations and their managers.

Woolworths Group appoints new MD at Big W

Pejman Okhovat has been appointed the new MD of Big W, replacing David Walker who Woolworths Group has made its new chie...

Australian board turnover isn’t impacted by company performance

However, the gender mix of directors across boards has changed dramatically.
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A Covid Christmas party: the planner’s guide

The dos and don’ts of planning a Covid-safe Christmas party for the office.

This is the outdated recruitment practice retailers are still using

Too many retailers still utilise outdated recruitment practices, hiring solely for experience and skill without consider...
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How to survive in turbulent times, according to a Barnes & Noble exec

Kacey Sharrett, Barnes & Noble’s VP of e-commerce and digital, has faced some pretty turbulent times in her retail caree...

Woolworths won’t be using JobMaker hiring credits

Supermarket will support existing workers where possible before hiring new staff, internal memo says.
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On the ballot: How brands could make a difference in the US election

Thousands of companies have pledged to give their workers paid time off to vote in the upcoming presidential election. H...

Why age diversity in business matters

Too often, experienced candidates are overlooked for younger recruits. Here's how they can help your business.
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Why aren’t more Australian businesses hiring refugees?

Tens of thousands of refugees enter Australia each year, but corporates have been slow to embrace this section of societ...

Scott Fyfe steps up as David Jones CEO

Country Road chief executive to lead department store chain.

Woolworths commits to help displaced refugees enter the workforce

Supermarket builds on its commitment to help displaced people start again.