Invest in Me: crowdfunding site encourages Papua New Guinean success

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Invest In Me is the first crowdfunding platform developed by Papua New Guineans exclusively for Papua New Guineans.

Papua New Guinea needs to act now to stop gender violence [opinion]

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In an open letter, Dame Meg Taylor, the Papua New Guinea-born Secretary General of the Pacific Islands Forum, says it’s time to act against gender violence in PNG.

Boardroom briefing: HR post pandemic, overhauling the gig economy, and Australia’s role in PNG

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The changing role of HR post-COVID-19, making the gig economy fairer, and ICAC Bill an opportunity for Australia-PNG relationship. Readings from around the world on business, leadership and management.

Boardroom Briefing: corporate talent pool widens, Visa to help Asia-Pacific SMEs, and supporting entrepreneurs

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Corporates looking further afield for talent post-COVID, Visa aims to help 10 million Asia-Pacific SMEs and one university doubles down on its support for entrepreneurs. Readings from around the world on business, leadership and management.

Boardroom briefing: Big Food looks to local suppliers, ADB predicts a bigger role for PPPs, and really remote working

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Changes in the global food industry may be a good thing, new models required to fund infrastructure post-COVID-19, and lessons from extremely remote jobs. Readings from around the world on business, leadership and management.

Boardroom briefing: possible downsides of Zoom, new working rules and reopening after the pandemic

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Are online meetings effective for negotiations, China a ‘laboratory’ for new work rules and how to reopen your business after lockdown. Readings from around the world on business, leadership and management.

Survival mode: the impact of COVID-19 on working in Papua New Guinea

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Flexible work arrangements, losing key workers and restricted travel: these are unprecedented times for managing staff in Papua New Guinea. Gabriella Munoz talks to some top recruiters about the challenges being faced by employers and jobseekers.

Boardroom briefing: more support for startups, effective remote working, keeping employees happy in a crisis

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Startups getting more government support, how to be productive working from home, and keeping your essential employees motivated during the COVID-19 crisis.

How to be a ‘culture first’ Papua New Guinean company

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Developing an approach to business that keeps workers enthusiastic and engaged is more important than ever. So how can Papua New Guinean companies achieve this?

HR strategies for Papua New Guinea

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David James reports how Papua New Guinean businesses are taking local cultural considerations into account in the management of their staff.