New guide helps Australian companies working in conflict zones
A new practical guide from Australian Red Cross and RMIT University is helping businesses operating in war zones meet their legal obligations.
Preparing for business recovery post-pandemic
As business looks to a post COVID-19 recovery, new technologies and workforce skills will be critical to driving productivity and ensuring resilience and competitiveness.
Students engage with industry while remote learning
With work-integrated learning placements going virtual, students, staff and industry partners have rapidly adjusted to different ways of working.
Informal feedback: we crave it more than ever, and don’t care who it’s from
More than ever, workers want feedback and if managers can't give it, other colleagues can.
Flexible business: How yoga studios are adapting to life online
Ahead of International Yoga Day on 21 June, new research shows how COVID-19 restrictions have forced the yoga industry to embrace technology, changing the way it does business.
RMIT community recognised in the 2020 Queen's Birthday Honours
The Queen’s Birthday 2020 Honours List recognised 933 outstanding Australians, including a number of RMIT alumni and staff delivering impact through their service to education, the arts, science, health, and more.
RMIT recognised as one of Australia’s most innovative universities
A new rankings survey by The Educator Higher Education calls out Australia’s most forward-thinking universities, with RMIT Activator recognised for its work in innovation, entrepreneurial thinking, and experiential learning for the University.
4 ways our streets can rescue restaurants, bars and cafes after coronavirus
As Australia re-opens, the bars, cafes and restaurants that give life to our streets face a tough ask: stay open and stay afloat with just a fraction of the customers.