• Have your say Mature workers

    Mature workers provide ‘lived experience’

    Stephen Barnes |  August 4, 2020

    Mature workers have experience that gives them a different demeanour, makes them more empathic, and better at evaluating what is really important now. Stephen Barnes explains.

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  • Have your say

    HAVE YOUR SAY: How does your business support mature workers?

    Helen Hull |  August 3, 2020

    It is important to develop strategies to ensure that older workers are being supported as Australia’s population continues to age. Have your say today!

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  • Mature workers

    ‘Building back better’: a post-COVID outlook and opportunities for our mature-aged workforce

    Catherine Fritz-Kalish |  August 3, 2020

    Global Access Partners’ second Virtual Business Roundtable in association with the NSW Department of Communities and Justice and the GAP Standing Committee on Productive Ageing, discussed changes in work practices and opportunities for mature-aged workers in the post-COVID economy.

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  • Coronavirus Politics and Policy

    Save hundreds of regional companies with smart, swift investor reform

    First 5000 |  July 31, 2020

    Tens of millions of dollars could be deployed to regional economies to help save hundreds of economy-growing startups and emerging companies from collapsing as a result of the COVID-19 crisis.

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  • Women in Business

    COVID-19 risks reduction of women in STEM jobs

    Alan Finkel |  July 30, 2020

    The events of 2020 are reshaping the way we live, work, teach and learn. And while we have all been affected differently, the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on women has been particularly significant. Australia’s Chief Scientist Alan Finkel and Lisa Harvey-Smith, Professor and Australian Government’s Women in STEM Ambassador, UNSW, explain.

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  • Coronavirus Sales

    How organisations can get their customers back

    First 5000 |  July 29, 2020

    Given the scale of disruption caused by COVID-19, there is a real concern for organisations that their customers’ buying behaviours have been permanently altered, according to Intergen.

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  • Accounting Coronavirus

    How accounts payable automation could help provide a road to COVID-19 recovery for businesses

    First 5000 |  July 28, 2020

    The COVID-19 recovery will be stronger if businesses keep cashflow moving by paying invoices on time. This will result in stronger supplier relationships and a better economic recovery, according to Konica Minolta’s Seth Butcher.

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  • Thought Leadership

    Behavioural economics in uncertain times

    Peter Fritz |  July 27, 2020

    The new edition of the Journal of Behavioural Economics and Social Systems explores the potential of Second Track processes to tackle wicked problems by focusing on several specific examples, from mergers and acquisitions, responses to the pandemic and university-industry collaborations to Pacific development, disruptive technologies and workforce transformation.

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