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Working at home to avoid coronavirus? This tech lets you (almost) replicate the office

By Geoffrey Mann, RMIT University Working from home is already so common it has...

Coronavirus could spark a revolution in working from home. Are we ready?

By Libby Sander, Bond University Imagine your employer asking you to work from home...

Some routines not to break if coronavirus means working from home

By Paula Brough, Griffith University The precautions taken by some employers over the coronavirus...

Working from home: what are your employer’s responsibilities, and what are yours?

By Robin Price, CQUniversity Australia and Linda Colley, CQUniversity Australia So you’ve been asked...

Egging the question: can your employer sack you for what you say or do in your own time?

Broken contract: ‘Egg Girl’ Amber Holt’s employer might find she has breached her obligations...

More than one-third of Australian doctors face workplace bullying

CANBERRA -- More than a third of Australia's emergency doctors face "ongoing, severe" workplace bullying or harassment, a national study has found. More than 2,100...

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What is Dalgona coffee? The whipped coffee trend taking over the internet during coronavirus isolation

By Katherine Kirkwood, Queensland University of Technology If you’ve scrolled through Instagram, TikTok or...
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COVIDSafe tracking app reviewed: the government delivers on data security, but other issues remain

By Mahmoud Elkhodr, CQUniversity Australia Over three million people had downloaded the federal government’s...

Virgin Australia was never going to last

By Warren Staples, RMIT University; Andrew Linden, RMIT University, and Mariano L.M. Heyden, Monash University

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