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Australian workers favour praise over perks, Hays finds

Research shows workers stays in a company two to four years longer when they are recognised for a job well done.

More than half of casual workers feel disengaged at work

Australian retailers could be doing more to keep casual staff engaged at work, report finds.

How remote working can increase stress and reduce well-being

Growing concerns that people’s mental health and well-being can take a hit when working remotely.

How experiences of being judged by their appearance affect how women feel in open-plan offices

Study finds women feel more 'exposed' in open-plan work spaces.

Most of us who work long hours like the jobs we are in. Those who don’t, change jobs quickly

Every year, 28 per cent of dissatisfied overworkers change jobs.

Three ways to transform a disconnected team

Tips for business leaders to build a more connected team that collaborates and thrives.

Are you burnt out at work? Ask yourself these 4 questions

In the era of smartphones and 24-7 emails, it’s becoming increasingly difficult to switch off from the workplace and fro...

Reality check: more women on boards doesn’t guarantee diversity

OPINION: There’s a problem in thinking board gender statistics alone indicate significant progress on diversity.

As work gets more ambiguous, younger generations may be less equipped for it

Technological change and globalisation have fundamentally changed the nature of the “average” job.

It’s not just the isolation. Working from home has surprising downsides

While there might be lower lease costs, there are less obvious pitfalls.

Five questions (and answers) about casual employment

Entitlements of casual workers have become the focus of a major Federal Court case.

Temporary, contractual roles rise in Australia

Hays research shows companies hire more contractual employees.

Why do employees job hop?

Aussies look for challenging careers.