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Office rules promote staff productivity

Employee behaviour and leadership practices can make an office a comfortable place to work or an office of frustration.
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Investment properties could be snapped up by Gen Y

Gen Y is growing increasingly interested in investment properties according to industry professionals.
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Queensland house market subdued but recovering

New reports indicate that Queensland's property market could be recovering from the natural disasters of early 2011.
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Cold season bad for business

Managers can help improve staff morale in the cold winter months.
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Real estate appeal could grow after share market shake-up

A shake-up of international stock markets may see investors moving their wealth to property.
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Employee motivation starts with leadership

A workplace culture starts and ends with its leaders.
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Mixed reactions to $6 billion Barangaroo project approval

Approval of the $6 billion Barangaroo project has been met with mixed reactions from industry figures.
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Property market slowdown to impact on state's wellbeing

The Queensland property market could be facing a decline in sales volumes after decreases in consumer confidence.
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WA cities listed as 'most liveable'

Three cities in Western Australia have been included in a shortlist for LivCom - the international award for livable communities.
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Skilled service professionals difficult to find

Professional service providers are increasingly concerned about attracting new staff.
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