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How to get better at saying ‘no’ at work and why it matters

How to get better at saying ‘no’ at work and why it matters

When it comes to the ingredients for career success, people are often encouraged to think that they should say 'yes' to every opportunity or piece of work that comes their way. Always saying 'yes' may make ...
“We play the long game”: How Starbucks aims to reach 9,000 stores in China
From virtual models to marketing, how fashion brands are using AI today
What is pretotyping and why is Domino’s Michael Gillespie a fan?
Why Premier Investments is “well-placed” to meet economic pressures

Professional Archives

“We are expanding rapidly”: ShopBack Malaysia GM Eddy Han

Just like its neighbour Singapore, Malaysia’s Buy Now Pay Later marketplace is also seeing a lot of growth potential. Sh...
Why Aussies aren’t wearing the clothes they own. (Source: Bigstock.)

How retailers are tackling textile waste as Aussies overconsume

Research from Reluv and Monash University showed that many Australians aren't wearing the clothes they own. What might t...

Payment in the palm of your hands: Inside Amazon’s deal with Panera

There is a revolution happening in Panera bakery-cafes across the U.S. Amazon is rolling out its Amazon One palm recogni...

As cost of living goes up, Salvos is opening new stores, expanding online

As the economy weakens, Australians will seek out even more value and sustainability. These charity shops invest in an o...

From long hours to customer abuse, retail workers are at risk of burnout

Work pressures faced by retail staff have intensified amid Covid-19 restrictions. We take a closer look.