Harmony Day - Do you feel like you belong in Australia?

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Today is Harmony Day, and the motto is ‘Everyone Belongs’. Sue Ellson from the Newcomers Network invites us to get off our chair, say hello and smile to someone we don’t know in order to celebrate Harmony Day every day.

 

How is the employment market changing in Australia?

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There has been a multitude of changes in the Australian job market over the last 20 years. Sue Ellson shares her professional experience to remaining either employed or employable in the future.

Australian Culture in Multicultural Australia

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Australian culture in multicultural Australia has many faces. Sue Ellson from the Newcomers Network explains what it means to her to be Australian and why it is something to celebrate and share with our multicultural friends.

How does Australia rank on cultural agility?

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What do Australian organisations need to do to create a pipeline of talented, culturally agile professionals? How can we attract and retain the best talent in the world through cultural agility principles? Sue Ellson looks at where Australian ranks internationally on the issue of global mobility.

Digital literacy training before NBN is complete

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English may be the first language of most Australians, but levels of digital literacy vary creating a divide. Sue Ellson says that before the NBN is fully rolled out, digital literacy training needs to be completed by individuals and business owners.

Harmony Day Navel Gazing - the Good, the Bad and the Ugly

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This year Harmony Day focuses on Sport, recognising the important role and positive influence that sport has in our multicultural nation. Sue Ellson looks at how far Australia has come in eliminating racial discrimination, and how far we have to go.