Ageing Well in Place – An Australian and New Zealand Perspective
The populations of Australia and New Zealand, like many countries around the world, are ageing.
Finding a reasonably priced new car is almost impossible. And the second hand market is not much better
Despite most businesses around the world returning to some form of normal after the pandemic, supply chain problems continue to disrupt the manufacturing and availability of new and second hand cars.
How transparent are Australian businesses in disclosing their sustainable procurement practices?
Although many big corporations in Australia report their sustainability practices through their annual sustainability reports, there is no commonly adopted basis for evaluating the level of disclosure of sustainable procurement practices thus making it difficult to benchmark companies within the same industry or across industries.
Does your smoking affect the dietary habits of your family?
Australia has one of the highest rates of childhood obesity among high income nations, with latest data indicating that approximately one in four Australian children are overweight or obese
How Fake News on Social Media Shapes Your Consumer Choices
The proliferation of fake news on social media (SM) platforms has become a pressing concern, exerting detrimental effects on businesses and consumer trust.
A 4-day week might not work in health care. But adapting this model could reduce burnout among staff
The pandemic saw a mass exodus of health-care workers. Could a 4-day week be a retention strategy for burnt out staff
Building the Knowledge Translation Toolkit
The case for building knowledge translation into business and commerce doctoral training.
Hackers at the Harbour
Unveiling the Ripple Effect of the DP World Hack and Anticipating Readiness for Mitigation
Australia’s new Cyber Security Strategy
In January 2013, Prime Minister Julia Gillard released Australia's first National Security Strategy, Strong and Secure: Ten years on, Australia’s Cyber Minister Claire O’Neil releases today Australia’s new 2023 – 2030 National Cyber Security Strategy.
DP World Australia Hack and the Future of Infrastructure Security
DP World Australia, a Dubai-based ports operator, announced on 10 November a major cyber incident, shutting down container terminals in Port Botany, Melbourne, Brisbane, and Fremantle.
Inclusive workplaces; from expectation to reality
After the recommendations surrounding inclusive employment of the Disability Royal commission, will the workplace really change for people with disabilities?
The move to a cashless society is well underway
When was the last time you used cash? The move towards a cashless society started 50 years ago with the introduction of the Bankcard and was driven by technological advancements.
Workplace loneliness is the modern pandemic damaging lives and hurting businesses
Loneliness is a much-discussed social issue, but it is rarely considered to be a workplace problem that needs to be managed like other health issues at work.
myTax is fast and free – so why do 2 in 3 Australians still pay to lodge a tax return?
Ten years ago, the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) created the “myTax” portal, an easy way to lodge your tax return online. There was an “e-Tax” filing option before the 2015-16 tax year, but this was quite complicated and barely better than filling out a form online.
Empowering Social Entrepreneurship and the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals in Vietnam through Business Talk Events
In the ever-evolving realm of higher education, institutions assume a pivotal role in disseminating the significance and relevance of social entrepreneurship and the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) among the younger generations. Engaging in the development of comprehensive curricula is just one facet; however, universities can also leverage the power of business talk events as a potent platform for fostering awareness about the vital importance of UN SDGs and social entrepreneurship.
Recruiting for the modern military: new research examines why people choose to serve and who makes the ideal soldier
The recent investigations into alleged war crimes committed by Australian and UK special forces in Afghanistan have raised urgent questions about the conduct of people serving in the military.
How Business Can Harness Digital Technologies for Greater Social Impact
In today's world, businesses are increasingly recognizing the need to enhance their social impact, instead of leaving this role to government, humanitarian organizations, and social enterprises. The United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) sees private enterprises as key protagonists in achieving sustainable and equitable development.
A tax expert’s tips on claiming crypto losses on tax, and how to work out capital gains
So, you’ve bought crypto. You’re not alone. Though the statistics are inexact, some surveys suggest as many as 21% of Australian adults now own crypto assets (and that a further 8% have owned them in the past).
Is the Barbie movie a bold step to reinvent and fix past wrongs or a clever ploy to tap a new market?
After a months-long marketing blitz, the much-hyped Barbie movie is released this week. From a Malibu Barbie dreamhouse listed on AirBnB, an AI tool that transforms selfies into Barbie movie posters and multiple Barbie-themed brand collaborations ranging from nail polish to roller skates, Barbie is everywhere.
Unleashing the Power of social media in Supply Chain Management: Embracing a World of Possibilities
In the dynamic landscape of supply chain management, social media is emerging as a catalyst for transformative change. As professionals in the field, we have the privilege of witnessing how social media platforms revolutionize our operations. Join us on this exploration as we delve into the numerous benefits and opportunities that social media brings to the forefront.