29 September 2021
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Gen X: leading the age discrimination revolt

Generation X is poised to become ‘downagers’ – where age is just a number and they feel and act far younger than their age would expect.

Will the Unions’ industrial action kill Christmas?

This Coronavirus allegedly means “we’re all in this together” so why is there industrial action that means retailers won’t get supplies for Christmas? It got me thinking – why are employees behaving like this during the toughest time in a century?

JobMaker doesn’t cut it but business measures are a boon!

Would you go and hire a new staff member if you were to receive a wage subsidy of 24%? What about other incentives for business?

Could Vonex be the next big telco stock?

2020 has been a stand-out year for Vonex (ASX: VN8), as it positions itself as the telco of choice for small to medium-sized enterprises (SMEs).

Will cannabis stocks get back in the green?

A new world beckons for the listed medical cannabis stocks, but is it too late for new “pot market” players?

What’s the difference between work-life balance and work-life integration?

Australians list workplace wellbeing as the most important element in a place of employment. Here’s why workplace wellbeing should be your top priority as a workplace leader.

Will the big banks kill Afterpay and Zip's share price?

As NAB and CommBank zip into buy now, pay later products, what could happen to the share prices of these two tech stars?

2 star performers in the biotech sector

We look at two stocks in the IIR Pharma & Biotech Index that were the best performers in the top 10, both increasing over 40% for the month on the back of promising developments for their respective products.

Are Tesla and tech stocks doomed?

Is it time to buy the dips or are Tesla and tech stocks doomed?

Could work from home kill businesses and Aussie jobs?

The new-found passion of working from home could have a sting in the tail — these workers might have to compete with overseas online labour that’s much cheaper.

Well we’re in a mess but can banks repress, all of their bad habits?

Post Royal Commission they tried to be good but we wondered if they could, cause they’ve had more bad habits than anyone.

With AMP’s break-up inevitable, what’s it worth?

A litany of mistakes, poor decisions and underperformance over the last three decades made AMP an absolute dog of a company that more than likely will be up for sale. So what will be sold and at what price?

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