Research shows refugees make motivated, loyal employees with lower turnover, but are employers overlooking this untapped talent due to assumptions and perceived barriers?
For International Girls in ICT Day, we reflect on a recent Women Leading in Digital event.
What does life look like for a 36 year-old Sydney resident in 2036?
This week: Universal Basic Income (UBI) trials have taken place all over the world from Namibia to Alaska. We talk with researcher and advocate Scott Santens about the future of the basic income.
Momentum towards effective diversity must be maintained while there is continuing aggression against LGBTIQ+ populations around the world.
This week: we revisit our discussion with Singaporean diplomat, academic and author, Kishore Mahbubani.
As we enter into new hybrid work arrangements what we wear to work presents an opportunity to challenge gendered norms.
As governments worldwide strive to restore business as usual, do we need to reframe our idea of prosperity?
How will businesses that fail to invest in employee upskilling struggle in the new digitalised world of work?
If the historical data used to train an AI system disadvantages certain minority groups, the system can be swayed to follow these patterns in its own decision-making process.
Is the social conscience of Australian investors strong enough to increase their impact investments?
There is a growing lament in Australia that politicians let us down. But the lesson from the pandemic is that we, the people, have the power to change our economy and politics for a better future.