Worker shortage, rising costs put pressure on Queensland businesses as confidence falls

Central Queensland business owner Karla Way-McPhail is looking for 80 new employees, but a nationwide worker shortage means she is struggling to find anyone. Key points: A new report has found a worker shortage is the number one constraint on businesses One central Queensland business owner says she currently has 80 job vacancies The Chamber … Read more

Assistant Professor in Economics job with FIJI NATIONAL UNIVERSITY

Location(s): Nasinu Department: Dept of Economics & Customs Division/College: College of Business, Hospitality & Tourism Studies Job Openings: 1 background An Assistant Professor is developing his/her own research and teaching interests and is becoming known nationally for his/her work. They will effectively contribute to curriculum development, publish in peer-reviewed international journals or other appropriate outlets … Read more

Jobs! Jobs! Jobs! District F to hold career fair with major employers in Alief on Saturday

HOUSTON – Council Member Tiffany D. Thomas will host her 2nd Annual District F Career Fair this Saturday, with more than 75 participating employers and resource groups scheduled to attend. The event will be held from 10 am to 2 pm. at the Alief ISD Center for Advanced Careers, located at 12160 Richmond Ave Houston, … Read more

Burned-out employees are ‘quietly quitting’ their jobs: What to know about the trend

When Paige West decided to scale back the amount of effort she was putting into her corporate job, she joined a growing workplace trend known as “quiet quitting.” “When I was quietly quitting, I didn’t want to constantly feel that stress of working that job and feeling like I needed to put my 1000% in,” … Read more

Realscreen » Archive » WaterBear bolsters senior leadership, names Sam Sutaria co-CEO

Conservation-focused digital streamer WaterBear Network is making changes to its executive leadership team with the aim of supporting the company’s growth and accelerating the implementation of its value-creation initiatives. Sam Sutaria has been named co-CEO alongside Ellen Windemuth, who founded the company. Sutaria (pictured left), who has been with the company since before launch and … Read more

No queue bhajis: Remember that meat-free diets are key to living a “kind-hearted lifestyle”, swear Danes waiting patiently in Østerbro

As a vegetarian in Denmark, and indeed Europe, you still feel you are faced with a relatively limited choice of food at times. Fortunately, Indian cuisine never stops exploring on your behalf, and the Indian Vegetarian/Vegan Food Festival, just held at Østerbrohuset on Århusgade in the Copenhagen district of Østerbro, was a fantastic showcase for … Read more

Afghan refugees in the UK told to find homes on real estate portals

LONDON: Thousands of Afghan refugees who have been housed in hotels in the UK following the Kabul evacuation last year have been told by authorities to look for new accommodation on online real estate portals. The UK Home Office has told refugees to find accommodation on Rightmove or Zoopla, The Guardian reported. On the first … Read more

Scorching summer job heat means more rate hikes

The post-COVID labor market recovery is like this summer’s weather: SCORCHING. Jill Schlesinger The government reported that 528,000 jobs were created in July, more than twice the consensus estimate. With positive revisions to the prior two months, the total number of jobs has returned to February 2020 pre-pandemic levels. The monthly gains were broad-based, although … Read more

Lecturer, Public Relations (Media and Communication) job with RMIT UNIVERSITY

Prepare and deliver programs at undergraduate and post-graduate levels in the Public Relations field Academic Level B + 17% Superannuation Ongoing position, hybrid working, based in the heart of Melbourne RMIT offers life-changing experiences for our students, and to help shape the world with research, innovation, teaching and industry engagement. With strong industry connections forged … Read more