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Business School in the Media

  • 'Shrouded in secrecy': damning study into funeral industry 22 May 2017

    ABC Radio (PM, Hobart, Perth, Far North, Southern Queensland), 6PR Perth, 2SM Sydney, and 3AW Melbourne

    Staff Member: Sandra van der Laan

    Professor Sandra van der Laan was interviewed by ABC Radio (PM, Hobart, Perth, Far North, Southern Queensland), 6PR Perth, 2SM Sydney, and 3AW Melbourne about the lack of government regulation to control the cost of funerals.

  • Night owls should be allowed to start work later, study finds 22 May 2017

    Huffington Post, News.com.au, Daily Mail, and Sohu

    Staff Member: Stefan Volk

    Huffington Post (UK), News.com.au, Daily Mail (UK) and Sohu (China) quoted Stefan Volk about a study conducted by the Business School into the workplace productivity of individuals at different times of the day, depending on their circadian rhythm.

  • Families warned they may risk liability for injuries to au pairs and nannies 21 May 2017

    Sydney Morning Herald and WA Today

    Staff Member: Marian Baird

    Professor Marian Baird was quoted in articles published in the Sydney Morning Herald and WA Today about the legal responsibilities of families directly employing nannies and au pairs. The article was syndicated nationally.

  • Start-ups: How to grow your new business beyond the start-up phase 20 May 2017

    ABC News

    Staff Member: John Shields

    Professor John Shields was quoted by ABC News about the growing trend of mobile app start-ups in students.

  • Stefan Volk on ABC TV News 20 May 2017

    ABC News

    Staff Member: Stefan Volk

    Dr Stefan Volk was interviewed on ABC News (National TV) about new research that highlights the different circadian rhythms of workers and suggests how workplaces can capitalise on this information.

  • Technology giants pay 1 per cent tax 20 May 2017

    The Weekend Australian

    Staff Member: Antony Ting

    Associate Professor Antony Ting was quoted in The Weekend Australian about the tax obligations of multinational companies including US technology giants such as Facebook and Google.

  • Employers should look at body clocks to maximise team work 19 May 2017

    Sydney Morning Herald, Age, Canberra Times, and Brisbane Times

    Staff Member: Stefan Volk

    Dr Stefan Volk was interviewed by Sydney Morning Herald, Age, Canberra Times, and Brisbane Times, about new research showing how workplaces could capitalise on people with different body clocks. The article was syndicated nationally.

  • Latest jobs numbers for older female workers ‘very alarming’: experts 19 May 2017

    The New Daily

    Staff Member: Leanne Cutcher

    Associate Professor Leanne Cutcher was quoted in The New Daily about the underemployment of women aged over 55 years.

  • David Hensher on Radio National 18 May 2017

    ABC Radio National

    Staff Member: David Hensher

    Professor David Hensher was interviewed on Radio National about the potential benefits of road pricing for traffic congestion.

  • Investments of Chinese companies in Australia hit $11.49 billion 18 May 2017

    CFO Innovation

    Staff Member: Hans Hendrischke

    CFO Innovation (HKG) quoted Professor Hans Hendrischke about Chinese investment in Australia.

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