workplace

Bunnings Warehouse

A committed and engaged workforce is essential to deliver a winning offering in a competitive retail environment, says Michael Schneider, MD of Bunnings Warehouse. Speaking yesterday at an event hosted by Facebook for its Workplace product, Schneider outlined how the home improvement retailer approaches employee engagement. Sign up for Which-50’s

New legislation and a central government body should be introduced to prepare for a world where machines carry out more and more tasks in the workplace, according to an Australian senate inquiry into the future of work. The inquiry, set up in October last year, has recommended that the Australian

Australia has a digital talent shortage, one that is arguably getting worse. And as the “war for talent” heats up, employers are increasingly looking beyond remuneration to attract the best employees, according to Joe Stokes, chief operating officer at property company Equiem. “[Research shows] the lines between work and personal

Lenovo ThinkPad

More integrated and collaborative workplaces mean technology companies now see their products as a service — not a standalone piece of hardware according to Lenovo managing director, ANZ, Matt Codrington. Speaking at a Lenovo event that celebrated 25 years of ThinkPads — the company’s most enduring laptop — Codrington told