In today’s competitive job market, attracting and retaining top talent has become a critical challenge for organisations.
From social trends to consumer shifts and new technologies, we take a look at trends that shaped 2023 and how Australians responded.
Although setbacks were faced by many Australians this year, there is a prevailing sense of optimism as we approach the Christmas season.
New research shows just how much grandparents are contributing to their grandchildren’s lives and their educational aspirations.
A Zalpha is a term used to describe those born on the cusp of these two generations – Generation Z and Generation Alpha.
Three quarters of Gen Z and 72% of Gen Y indicate they struggle spending too much time on screens and technology.
Many Australian workers are experiencing Video-conference FOMO – a fear of missing out on in-office conversations after a video conference.
Work-related costs, such as transportation, lunches, education, and childcare, are weighing heavily on Australians.
Young Australians are increasingly becoming ‘identity consumers,’ using their purchasing choices to express personal values and identity.
Australians are increasingly placing their trust in local businesses and charities/not-for-profits, say researchers at McCrindle.