More than 125,000 returning-to-work Australian mums are actually financially worse off by increasing their working days above three days a week.
Regulatory arrangements are not ready to deal with the rising uptake of electric vehicles.
I grew up with a mum who suffers from mental illness. Maybe it was a sign of the times but my family and I weren’t educated on mental illness, and so it went undetected for too long.
Earlier this year I was able to contribute to the KPMG Australia report Reimagining Tertiary Education: From binary system to ecosystem. In doing so I was struck by many resonances between the situation in Australia and that in the UK, most particularly England.
In Roald Dahl’s famous 1964 children’s novel ‘Charlie and the Chocolate Factory”, Veruca Salt is a greedy, demanding, manipulative brat who demands everything she wants NOW!
A man-child friend of mine, let’s call him Jeff*, exclaimed he has matured as he now has 2 Dysons AND a pressure cooker. A Weber may have also been mentioned. You may wonder what this has to do with being #AuditorProud?
As QF108 flies 260 weary passengers 9000km from Beijing to Sydney, I am reflecting on my experiences of the past week during a business mission to China.
Another week, another schedule full of catch-up’s over coffee with colleagues and the ever-present question of Procure-2-Pay’s (P2P) value
The problem is indisputable – women make up just over half of the Australian population yet, on average, they are paid $26,000 less per annum than men