Very few people would consider their office a bastion of good mental health, nor would they say it is the best place to learn how to calm issues of the distressed mind, but a recent study suggests this may in fact be the case.

An industry body has warned that mining and processing natural gas in giant offshore factories will cost thousands of onshore Australian jobs.

Comcare, the workers’ compensation insurance body, has put out a handy tool to help reduce the psychological damage of rapidly changing workplaces.

The operators of one NSW coal mine say their healthy lifestyle program for workers has boosted mining output.

Industry analysts say Australia’s lack of engineers has been reversed, and there is now an oversupply in many sectors.

When big companies fail, it is often subcontractors such as logistics operators that feel the pain, but their plight has now been brought to the attention of the Federal Parliament.

One of Australia’s largest coal supporters has given a glimpse of how much money it costs to “do business in New South Wales”.

New amendments mean the Australian Government will be able to detain refugees indefinitely.

Public conflict can cost big companies in many ways, and new research shows how great that effect has been for one key economic driver.

Australian treasury cost-cutters appear to have scoured legislation for any mention of “clean”, “green” or “renewable” spending, and promptly hacked it down.

Workers and families already doing it tough have had their safety net replaced with a concrete slab.

A charity has put together a book that may be the perfect combination of practical and academic advice to save lives.

A key driver of the national economy could be brought to a halt, as West Australian tugboat workers consider damming iron ore exports with possible strike action.

The head of the Transport Workers Union has a recommendation which could deliver a better standard of politician.

Insiders say public sector job cuts have caused many to take a new path, launching a number of new tech industry start-ups.

The Federal Government has signalled its intention to shut several onshore asylum seeker centres, a week after the Commission of Audit labelled offshore processing a waste of money.

The Federal Government has given more details of a large funding pool created to help displaced auto-workers find new jobs.

The Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC) in New South Wales will take a break to consider new evidence of “serious electoral funding irregularities”.

It is becoming difficult to find those who believe that the proposed ‘budget debt levy’ is a good idea.

The Federal Government is considering a recommendation that would see young unemployed people forced to move to areas with more opportunities.

Architecture students have helped design and build innovative outdoor homes for a remote Indigenous community in the Northern Territory.

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