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|... reduced MySuper fees by $24 million since November 2020. CES took out the first spot in Rainmaker Information's top 50 workplace super performance with returns of 27.1% over one year while FCES came third with 26.5% over the same period. Members ...|
|A survey by the CFA Institute shows that more university students and new graduates want to work in healthcare and science than in finance. Out of the 1000 respondents who took part in the global survey, more Australians see themselves working in healthcare ...|
|... and RSE trustees to discuss this letter within your organisation and to think about the culture of speaking up in your workplace. If the issues we observed from our review are present in your policy, we expect you to address and correct them without ...|
|... recent weeks, EISS Super has been accused of partaking in dodgy sponsorship deals, frivolous spending and having a toxic workplace culture. TWUSUPER said its motivation for considering the merger was the potential benefits greater scale would afford ...|
|... respondents said they had occasionally experienced, or known someone to experience, harassment and/or sexism in the workplace. Of the female respondents, 60% of them were under 25 years old. "Harassment, sexism, gender inequality and unconscious bias ...|
|... "Businesses have a responsibility to their employees, customers and the Australian community to get it right by prioritising workplace law compliance, investing in their payroll systems and conducting audits. Boards should treat the lawful payment of ...|
|... individuals, recruiting experienced workers wanting to return to work after retiring and countering age discrimination in the workplace is a win-win for employees and businesses. A key part of the project is focused on how we can improve the skills of ...|
|... want our team to take the time to unwind, de-stress and recharge." In 2019, the World Health Organization recognised workplace burnout as an "occupational phenomenon". And there is evidence that the pandemic, lockdowns, and uncertainty have worsened ...|
|... government does not pay the super guarantee on its scheme. ISA released a report on the issue in partnership with former Workplace Gender Equality Agency (WGEA) director Libby Lyons, arguing that paying super on parental leave is the most practical way ...|
|Mercer Australia chief investment officer Kylie Willment has joined the board of workplace insurer, icare. Willment is a new non-executive director, joining alongside Viriginia Malley who is currently deputy chair of the NSW Biodiversity Conservation ...|
The chief commercial officer and head of communications and marketing officer at Iress have announced their resignations.
Commonwealth Bank has ditched its 90-year-old Dollarmites program after the state governments' banning of school banking schemes.
BT has identified the cause of its $147 billion platform being down for a week, with new chief executive Matt Rady making assurances for the future.
The life insurer appointed a general manager, product and proposition, hiring from MetLife.
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