Australian women seeking fame and fortune might be best off becoming an Oscar-winning actress, supermodel or chart-topping singer. But if the fame part is optional, then business is a better bet. Read more
I think everyone has worked for either a ‘difficult’ or ‘scary’ boss during their work career. Scaring your staff is not the way to go; they will be less creative as they will be living in fear of making mistakes. Working in an environment where there is ease of communication with your boss is going to end up being a positive one. Read more
At u&u we experienced one of the strongest starts we have seen in many years and the overall consensus has been very positive, setting the tone for a buoyant 2014. The great news for Queenslanders is that our state has reclaimed its place as the nation’s engine room of growth and jobs creation, and while overall confidence is still regarded as ‘optimistically cautious’ we are seeing and feeling a distinct shift out there for the better.