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Slow market is good news for new home buyers

The number of new houses being sold in July has fallen by 8 per cent in July, according to a recent industry report.
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Brisbane's property market showing "green shoots" of recovery

Queensland's capital is showing signs of a revitalised property market after the June quarter displayed increases in median house prices and preliminary sales.
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Skilled leaders hard to find

A survey of some of Australia's top performing businesses shows that the sourcing of talented workers is becoming increasingly difficult for many firms.
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The link between leadership training and mentor programs

The leadership development process can benefit by including a dedicated mentoring program.
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IAG warns of rising premiums

IAG chief executive Mike Wilkins warns of rising insurance premiums in the face of natural disasters
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NT to roll out mandatory smoke alarms

The NT government has made the installation of high-end smoke alarms mandatory for all residences.
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Investment leadership training through online games

The Commonwealth Bank has launched an online game that allows potential property investors to experience detailed market conditions without the potential expenses.
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Melbourne property managers experience a rise in pre-lease agreements

Victoria is experiencing increased rate of pre-lease contracts as companies seek to lower storage and production costs.
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Australian households may be getting bigger

The rising number of people in shared housing agreements could be due to increases in basic cost of living.
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Why respect leads to retention

A report into staff satisfaction has found that Australian workers value the respect of their managers when deciding whether or not to change careers.
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