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Australia must prepare for massive job losses due to automation

David Tuffley from Griffith University discusses CEDA's latest research report, Australia's future workforce? in this post, original published on The Conversation.
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Australia's future workforce?

On 16 June 2015, CEDA released a major report focused on the future of Australia's workforce. Read more…


Australia's future workforce?

CEDA released a research report in March 2016 which examines how Australia can balance the books and repair the budget Read more…


Company pulse 2019

CEDA has released the results of its first nationwide poll of Australian business, to better understand community expectations of business; and the challenges facing business leaders. Read more…


In search of desirable workplace relations model for Australia

Professor Paul J. Gollan and Dr Ying Xu examine potential use of European workplace relations models in the Australian system.
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Disrupting disadvantage: setting the scene

Over three research reports, CEDA will explore how Australia can adopt innovative new approaches to breaking the cycle of entrenched disadvantage. Read more…


Effects of temporary migration

In 2019 CEDA released a report to better understand the role that migrants, specifically temporary migrants, play in Australia’s economy. Read more…


State of the Nation: Industry and workforce futures

Dr Ziggy Switkowski AO discusses the changing nature of work in Australia and the impact of technology following his presentation at CEDA's State of the Nation conference.

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Addressing age bias in the workplace

We need to change the paradigm on how we think about age and generational stereotypes in the workplace, Randstad Chief Executive Officer (ANZ, South East Asia, India), Frank Ribuot, has told a CEDA audience. Read more…


The benefits of flexible workplaces: From intuition to evidence

While flexible work arrangements are increasingly desirable for employees, many employers remain reluctant to offer workplace flexibility, fearing it will harm productivity. But a study by Nous Group has found flexible work can bring significant bottom-line benefits. Tanya Smith explains.  Read more…