Australia’s tech industry has been shocked by the scale of repeated local layoffs this year.
Australians have spent the past few years “going from one disaster to the next”, leading to extreme fatigue, adrenal fatigue, and, in many cases, burnout. Under new Federal Government laws, employers are legally responsible for supporting employee psycho-social well-being. But with poor mental health costing the Australian economy between $12.2 billion and $22.5 billion, there is much more work to be done.
He won 4 gold medals, competed in two paralympic sports, was Australian of the Year, and founded a non-profit for young people with disabilities. Now Dylan Alcott is pushing brands to do better in diversity representation.
Small talk has long been touted as the gateway to building social connections, breaking the ice, and creating a sense of camaraderie. It’s the bridge we traverse to navigate unfamiliar social waters, the glue that binds us in everyday interactions. But what if I told you that when it comes to pitching, small talk could be your Achilles’ heel?
The rapid ascent of generative AI has become a global sensation, largely fueled by the popularity of widely available large language models (LLM) powered by 3rd party data. However, amidst this buzz, generative AI has the opportunity to move beyond the hype and into widespread production across the enterprise.
Everette Taylor came to Kickstarter as an entrepreneur, influencer and one of the world’s top marketers. A year in, he assesses how he’s doing and what’s next.
Film, TV, radio, and online writers may soon be back at their keyboards, but actors won’t be returning to set until SAG-AFTRA makes a deal to lift the strike.
At least 17 per cent of men have received AI training in the last 12 months. Yet only 7 per cent of women were given the same opportunities. It may be because of the ‘pipeline problem’, according to new research.
Teach a [person] how to fish and you feed him for a lifetime – Chinese proverb.
When Dominique Lyone, founder of the $300 million Australian workplace product solutions firm COS, stepped down from his role as CEO of the company in 2021, daughters Belinda and Amie knocked their heads together to figure out who was best suited to the job.