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Industry spectators call on RBA to be more proactive

Westpac chief economist Bill Evans says that RBA should do more to prevent growing unemployment rates.
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What to do with poor managers

When a manager is incapable of communicating effectively with staff the consequences can see a firm start to lose its valued staff members.
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Savvy leaders manage business debt

Savvy managers with leadership development training may recognise the value added by actively managing a firm's debt collection policies.
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Sydney spring selling season starts

Sydney homeowners received some good news in the sudden increase in the auction clearance rate over this weekend (September 10 and 11).
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The four aspects of effective leadership

Mercurial business environments are changing the way managers with leadership training are able to provide positive, measurable outcomes.
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Reserve Bank: cash rates to stay unchanged

The Reserve Bank of Australia has left the cash rate unaltered for the tenth month in a row on September 6.
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The boom and bust of capital property prices

The average property price has increased in Australia's capital cities over the last decade, but it has been a turbulent experience for many investors.
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Slow auction rate good news for spring sellers

Sydney spring auction rates are holding steady, providing investors with property management train with a sign of increased market confidence.
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Work-life balance and mobile technology

Managers are now in the position where they can contact workers almost instantly, meaning they effectively control their employees' work-life balance.


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Melbourne is the world's most 'liveable city'

Melbourne has overtaken Vancouver and Vienna to claim the rank of the world's most 'liveable' city.
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