Busyness as usual?
Hit the pause button for a few minutes each day to stop and reflect, says Dr Ranjit Rao Somewhere along the way in “developed” countries, being busy became a revered


BOQ Newtown: Banking on people
The Indian Sun looks at what makes the Newtown branch of Bank of Queensland a success Working in a bank in north Sydney, Yogini Patel and Mark Ely used to joke


Toyota India hires contract labourers to resume production
Toyota India has hired about 1,000 people on contract to resume production as a stand-off with its trade union continued Tuesday over its employees not signing an undertaking for good


China, Australia to speed up FTA talks
China and Australia Saturday expressed hope to hasten negotiations on a Free Trade Agreement (FTA) and strike a deal as soon as possible. Meeting entrepreneurs together with visiting Australian Prime


Telstra announces its best-ever business bundles sale
Businesses can save up to $20 per month for 24 months with new offer With so many businesses looking for reliable and cost-effective telecommunications solutions, Telstra is providing new fixed


Are you soft enough for the job?
Martin Probst analyses the difference between Task Skills (Hard) and Employability Skills (Soft) In a recent Harris poll (on behalf of CareerBuilder) an overwhelming majority of companies (77 per cent)


Air India to add Moscow, Milan and Rome to its network
State-owned Air India is looking to operate new international routes like Moscow, Rome and Milan in the coming months on its newly-acquired fuel-efficient Boeing 787 Dreamliner aircraft to gain market


Indian accountants can play a big role in trade with Australia
The new Indian Government under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi has come to power promising rapid economic development. This presents a great opportunity for Australia under the business


First homebuyers becoming an endangered species in NSW
House prices are record high, and with the unavailability of government assistance in the form of the first-home buyers’ grant for existing homes, first-home buyers are being pushed over the


IEC Award winners 2012