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|... accompanied by an increase in exhaustion and burnout. "Australian office workers have risen to the challenge of remote working - many of us are now happier in our jobs and more productive," Adecco chief executive Preeti Bajaj said. "Unfortunately, the ...|
|... saw their employment status change because of COVID-19. That highlights that investment roles are well suited for remote working. We are seeing evidence of that during the current lockdowns in Sydney and Melbourne, where investment professionals are ...|
|... employees are demanding flexibility, there is also the need to balance this with the viability and feasibility of remote working for employers to be able to meet the demands of their clients and their markets." For Australia and New Zealand workers in ...|
|... most organisations, COVID-19 is having an impact on the way QSuper works, with many of our employees moving to remote working arrangements. "We remain fully committed to continuing this work. However, the timelines to complete the due diligence process ...|
|... specialists and investment analysts. For workers, the most preferred workplaces will allow for flexible hours, full-time remote working, and the enhanced use of technology, apps, and tools. The survey also revealed 25% of businesses are likely to give ...|
|... Partners Melbourne, Bastion Reputation Management and Bastion Insights revealed employee desire for flexibility and remote working will be a key driver for future work arrangements. Four out of five employers said that their return to office plans were ...|
|... difficult judgements on asset values, liabilities, solvency, going concern and disclosures, as well as challenges from remote working arrangements. "Auditors need to respond to these conditions in their audits," she said. ASIC launched its review into ...|
|... the coming two years. "Our operations have remained resilient and productivity has remained high in a COVID-19 remote working environment, and we are making good progress with our strategy," GAM chief executive Peter Sanderson said. "The accelerated ...|
|... performed very well as the market has focused on healthcare solutions, and a favourable view towards online and remote working products and services." He believes this trend will continue for the foreseeable future. High performing managers with healthcare ...|
|... health of Australian workers, with reduced hours, the ongoing threat of being laid off and the need to adapt to remote working all converging at once. "In a short space of time, there has been an increase in anxiety around physical safety and fear for ...|
A former New South Wales Treasury Corp executive has joined the prudential regulator as head of investment risk.
MLC Life has been handed a new group insurance mandate from a retail superannuation provider.
Pinnacle Investment Management has made a $3 million cornerstone investment in OpenInvest.
The Federal Reserve is restricting the investing activities of policymakers and senior staff, including banning them from holding or trading individual stocks and bonds.
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