02 September 2014
More than half a million young people underemployed or unemployed, according to a new report by welfare Not for Profit the Brotherhood of St Laurence.
Social Services Minister Kevin Andrews has pulled out of the opening ceremony of the controversial World Congress of Families conference in Melbourne tomorrow.
A Senate Committee report into the controversial payment assessment tool for people with disability has delivered a divided verdict, with both the Labor and Greens parties providing dissenting reports.
It’s just as important for an interviewee to uncover the true culture of a business and the personality of a potential new boss, writes Alex Malley, Chief Executive of CPA Australia and a LinkedIn Influencer, in this article that first ran on LinkedIn.
Organisations not ready to address the striking shift in employee expectations, face potential retention and leadership crises, according to new research by professional services firm Deloitte.
A mentoring program for youth cancer charity CanTeen’s young leaders has been launched as part of a wider corporate partnership with professional services firm Deloitte.
The world of iron ore mining might seem like it is light years away from the world of Indigenous health and education, but CEO of the Murlpirrmarra Connection Darren Patten is bringing them together. Patten is this week’s Changemaker.
The Federal Liberal Party, Government Ministers, Coalition MPs, the Minerals Council of Australia and the Institute of Public Affairs (IPA) are targeting the advocacy role of Australia’s environmental NGOs, writes Joan Staples Visiting Fellow in the Faculty of Law at UNSW Australia in this article first published in the The Conversation.
A new industry internship program is being launched by innovation Not for Profit veski and AMSI Intern as part of a new $700,000 Victorian Government initiative to allow more women to pursue and maintain careers in science.
The charity regulator has warned that charities may be at risk of having their charitable funds that are sent overseas being diverted or otherwise misused, even if their intentions are in line with their charitable purposes.
Prominent Australian philanthropists, through the Myer Family Company, have announced a $10 million philanthropic push to find a cure for Alzheimer’s disease.
Start with the jobs, not the candidates, to deal with unemployment challenge, writes Kevin Robbie, an Executive Director at Social Ventures Australia.
A community activist concerned about Sydney’s housing affordability crisis has gifted a significant donation to community housing provider Bridge Housing.
It’s not enough to just want sponsorship investment, Not for Profits need to have a plan, be prepared to invest in relationships and be backed by a leadership team with a corporate mindset and community service hearts, writes sponsorship expert Abby Clemence.
A Not for Profit research study into employee retention identifies a gap in the perceptions of HR managers and employees around the reasons employees leave. Understanding the five top reasons employees leave can help NFPs take action to improve retention.