The Australian Bureau of Statistics has found 49 per cent of businesses surveyed between March 16 – 23 had suffered “adverse impacts” from the COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak.
In these uncertain times I feel our local manufacturers need some practical advice on how to manage the situation. We have an opportunity to demonstrate our manufacturing agility and show how we can stand tall and stand together in the face of uncertainty.
A dozen Australian Defence Force engineers are assisting manufacturer Med-Con keep up with increased demand due to the novel coronavirus outbreak.
Strong space and defence industries in South Australia are helping the formation of a potentially nation-leading AgTech ecosystem.
Amid thick bushfire smoke in cities including Canberra and Melbourne, employers need to consider their legal obligations.
According to a new report for the federal government, the vast majority of workers made redundant by the end of Australian car assembly in 2016 and 2017 have found new jobs.
WhyWayDo is a simple framework for deliberately designing a manufacturing culture in such a way that it contributes to achieving your strategic goals. It helps everyone in the company focus on “what matters most”.
Analysis by Peter Roberts Plans for the future of Australia’s minimum wage have emerged as a key election issue for business in the upcoming federal election. Opposition leader Bill Shorten has identified slow wages growth as a key issue, listing a series of steps he would take to kick start wages growth, especially for the…