Australia’s businesswomen are more positive about their business prospects and are more likely to be anticipating significant business growth in 2011 than their male counterparts, according to research conducted for the quarterly Sensis Business Index.
Fair Work Australia, the national workplace relations tribunal, has found that hundreds of thousands of social and community service workers in the non-government sector have suffered from significant underpayment, as well as gender discrimination.
Many people feel pressured to put in long hours, whether to get that sought after promotion or to ensure job security. But at what cost is this at? Take a look at just how detrimental overtime can be for your health and weigh up whether it is worth it for you.