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Think superannuation comes from employers’ pockets? It comes from yours

Compulsory superannuation comes mainly from workers' wages.

Food and beverage bucks manufacturing industry’s downward trend

Ai Group warns that coronavirus "will likely dent demand" for Australian manufactured exports.

Disaster hits small business in many ways. We need a national strategy to help them adapt

In the 10 years to 2016, the total economic cost of natural disasters in Australia averaged A$13.2 billion a year.

Nearly 4 million Australians now using meal delivery services

Usage of meal delivery services in Australia doubles in just 18 months.

Australian of the Year calls for tax on sugary drinks

Dr James Muecke is urging Scott Morrison’s government to enact a 20 per cent tax on sugary drinks.

ACT cannabis laws have come into effect, but they may not be what you hoped for

From January 31, residents in ACT will grow small quantities of cannabis in their backyards.

Winning worker hearts and minds is key to companies achieving their green goals

A lot of companies can talk the talk when it comes to sustainability but relatively few companies actually achieve their...

CEOs pessimistic about economy in 2020

Business leaders expect economic conditions to deteriorate in 2020 due to uncertainties in the global economy as well as...

What employers need to know: the legal risk of asking staff to work in smokey air

Employers should know the latest info about the health risks for their workers.

Woolworths captures fresh meat market

Supermarkets now account for 70.2 per cent of the fresh meat market.

A life of long weekends is alluring, but the shorter working day may be more practical

Workers often struggle to fit personal time into the few hours between getting home and bedtime.

Wrapping up Summer 2019: A Grocery Trend Report from IRI

SPONSORED: Justin Nel, lead consultant at IRI recaps the three hottest grocery and summer entertaining trends from 2019.

Buyers warned about organic labels on nonfood products

The word “organic” is less meaningful when used on nonfood products and more subject to abuse.

The key concerns for Australian CEOs in 2020

Concerns around climate change and the global political environment growing.

How to pick the right sunscreen when you’re blinded by choice

Supermarkets and pharmacies sell a wide array of sunscreen brands.

Technology takes time-limited sales tactics to a new level

People generally prefer to secure a certain product now over the uncertain possibility of a better product in the future...

Vintage Cellars and Harris Farm among Australia’s top premium brands

Harris Farms Markets is the only single-state brand in the top 10 signalling that more and more consumers seek fresh loc...

Australia lags in global gender equality rankings

Australia is not even in the top 10 in the EAP region, sitting below the Philippines and Laos.

What are Australian retailers doing to help the environment this Christmas?

Responding to climate change is in the interests of retailers as consumers grow increasingly aware of the environmental ...

TerryWhite Chemmart rises to top spot in pharmacy rankings for customer satisfaction

TerryWhite Chemmart saw the largest increase in ratings of all leading chemists compared to a year ago.