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20 November 2019

Employer engagement key to boosting jobs for refugees

A groundbreaking report on barriers to refugee employment has called on the government to consider measures including employer education programs as ways of encouraging firms to hire and retain humanitarian migrants.

18 November 2019

How gender-balanced management teams can improve company performance

Companies that have gender-balanced top management teams perform better than those dominated by men, particularly when they are dealing with adverse conditions, according to an international team of university researchers.
17 November 2019

Engineering/Commerce student envisions future Sydney

Undergraduate Engineering/Commerce student, James Kapaniris has been named the 2019 Lendlease Bradfield Urbanisation Scholar, for his vision to transform Sydney's living density.
15 November 2019

Meet the 2019 Bradfield finalists

The next wave of Sydney visionaries share their ideas for the Sydney of the future. Discover the ideas which have placed them as the finalists for the 2019 Lendlease Bradfield Urbanisation Scholarship.
13 November 2019

Biography of accounting pioneer win prestigious award

A 20-year effort to save the correspondence of Australian accounting pioneer Professor Raymond Chambers has been recognised with a prestigious award for the Business School's Emeritus Professor Graeme Dean.
11 November 2019

Home buyers likely to be happier retirees

Australians become more engaged with their superannuation when they take out a mortgage and are therefore likely to have better retirement outcomes, according to a study by the University of Sydney Business School.
08 November 2019

The Marketing Commute to feature world's leading marketers

Australia is producing outstanding marketing talent and exporting it to the world, according Professor Vince Mitchell, co-host of new podcast The Marketing Commute, which will feature industry news and in-depth interviews.
05 November 2019

Casualised, aging and diverse workforce major national challenge

The Business School has revamped its Master of Human Resource Management and Industrial Relations program with significant changes recognising the nation's highly casualised, aging and increasingly diverse workforce.
05 November 2019

MBA Scholarship winner calls for mental health "rethink"

As the drought continues to take a heavy toll, the Business School has awarded a Future Leaders MBA Scholarship to a clinical psychologist who wants to improve mental health outcomes for children, adolescents and families in rural Australia.
04 November 2019

Australia’s digital transformation is suffering from uncoordinated initiatives

Ben Fahimnia asserts that Australia needs to take advantage of the multiple opportunities afforded by digital technologies in order to boost the country's productivity and be able to compete on a global scale.