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Burnt-out and overworked, Australia’s nurses and midwives consider leaving profession

Burnt-out and overworked, Australia’s nurses and midwives consider leaving profession Peter Holland, Monash University and Tse Leng Tham, Monash University Nurses and midwives are among society’s most highly valued professionals. But a disturbing national picture is emerging of escalating levels of over-work and burnout. Nurses say their concerns are being ignored by management, amid fear […]

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Two Thirds of Millennials Want to Leave Your Organisation By 2020 (Study)

Two Thirds of Millennials Want to Leave Your Organisation By 2020 Deloitte has published it’s Millennial Survey 2016  surveyed nearly 7,700 Millennials from 29 countries to learn more about Millennials’ values and ambitions, drivers of job satisfaction, and their increasing representation in senior management teams.They found that two-thirds of Millennials express a desire to leave their organisations by 2020. […]

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Supervisors, coworkers tolerate unethical behavior when production is good (Study)

Supervisors, coworkers tolerate unethical behavior when production is good (Study) Your coworker wastes time. He mismanages resources. He’s been known to engage in activities that you and others consider conflicts of interest. Yet, he seems to “do no wrong” in the eyes of the company. Why? Because he’s producing. A new Baylor University study published […]

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Productivity Commission Releases Reports On Government Services

Productivity Commission Releases Reports On Government Services The annual Report on Government Services (RoGS) provides information on the equity, effectiveness and efficiency of government services in Australia over six departments: Childcare, education and training – includes performance reporting for Early childhood education and care (ECEC), School education and Vocational education and training (VET). Community Services […]

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‘Transformational leadership’ curbs bad attitudes towards change

‘Transformational leadership’ curbs bad attitudes towards change University of Toronto, Rotman School of Management. It’s no surprise that a cynical attitude towards the prospect of change makes change harder to implement. But it’s important to understand that cynicism happens at an individual and workplace-wide level and both must be addressed to get employee buy-in for […]

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