Although 2020 presented unforeseen challenges, it saw Australians come together to show the mateship we are known for.
Despite the challenges presented in 2020, 85% of Australians say that they are happy when they think about their life overall.
Work and life are not necessarily in competition, but rather both are key to our contributions, relationships and fulfilment.
New national research shows that COVID-19 is having a substantial impact on the Aussie spirit, our relationships and spirituality.
More than two in five Aussies have experienced fewer colds and flus since social distancing and hygiene practices were introduced compared to last year.
65% of children entering primary school today may ultimately end up working in completely new job types that don’t even exist yet!
New research reveals that one in three people in accommodation and food services have lost their jobs since Australia’s 100th case of COVID-19.
In order for us to lead this next generation through a time of crisis, it is important that we understand them and the world that is shaping them.
We are living in times of unprecedented change, Australians are responding to these and the impact they have on how they work and learn.
In order for organisations to achieve demographic diversity, it is important to understand what some of the barriers are.