An Australian organisation set up to provide Not for Profit CEOs with one-on-one mentoring from successful corporate leaders has found that isolation is one of the significant challenges CEOs are facing.
Women are underrepresented at all levels within corporations and, at the current rate of progress, it will take more than 100 years for the executive level to achieve gender parity, a study from the United States revealed.
Millennials are the most passionate supporters of corporate social responsibility efforts, which influences their social media presence, career choices and product purchases, according to a new report.
Company board directors are less satisfied with their peers’ performance and women care more about board diversity than men, according to a new global report.
A “staggering” 1.4 million Australians, or 7.8 per cent of the population, have been forced to sleep rough at some stage in their life, research from RMIT University has revealed.
Sixty per cent of mid-size Australian law firms have reported more than 20 per cent growth in the number of pro bono hours per lawyer over the last year, according to a new report.
The volunteering experience for university students and the organisations they help can be improved if expectations are clear before the volunteer activity begins, according to a team of researchers from six Australian universities.
In 2009 the Australia Institute found that people were working more hours than ever before, with then Director, Dr Clive Hamilton, saying that Australians worked the most hours in the developed world.
More than 55 per cent of Australian workers expect a pay rise in the next year year, but less than half of them have actually received one in the last 12 months, according to a new report.
Measuring the difference that Not for Profits make to the lives of disadvantaged people in Western Australia is at a tipping point in the state despite a number of barriers, according to a new study.
A research project that aims to capture the extent of digital inclusion in Australia has launched in Melbourne.
A Federal Government inquiry into the register of environmental organisations that could see those that participate in advocacy lose their tax-deductibility status does not have the support of the general public, according to new polling.
Seventy per cent of people on unemployment benefits have been without a job for more than a year, according to Australia’s peak welfare body.
The charitable causes to which married couples donate to are affected by the differences in gender income, a new report out of the US has found.
More than one in 10 complaints of sexual harassment at work are reported by men, according to a new report.
The Victorian peak body for homelessness has released guides aimed at bridging the gap in existing support services for those in housing crisis and experiencing homelessness.
The gap in living standards across Australia is growing and the outcome for those on the lowest incomes is set to decline, according to research released by Anglicare today at its national conference in Canberra.
One third of Australian workers have very little or no ability to effectively interact with people from Asian countries or backgrounds for work purposes, despite seven out of Australia’s top 10 export markets being in Asia, a new report has found.
Not for Profit peak body, Financial Counselling Australia, has welcomed a Government inquiry into interactive gambling laws, but warned that the terms of reference have failed to address the damage that legal online gambling companies are causing.
As Australia continues to debate the response to the refugee crisis in Syria and the Middle East, a Not for Profit survey has found that the treatment of refugees is likely to influence voting intentions at the next Federal Election.
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