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A Long Journey: An Easter Reflection

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I want you to imagine that its 2000 years ago and you’ve just arrived in the city of Jerusalem. You’re a Jewish man who has travelled all the way from Cyrene (Northern Africa) with your two young sons. You’re here to celebrate the Jewish Festival of Passover. It’s taken three long weeks of travel to…

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Penalty Rates and the Easter Weekend

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Easter is just days away and many of us will be downing tools for some precious moments of reflection and connection. To make sure the public holidays don’t cause any headaches back at work, we’ve put together a quick guide to help managers navigate penalty rates during this period. Permanent employees are entitled to be…

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International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination

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Today, is both Harmony Day, and the International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination.   Discrimination appears in different forms, and the right to equality and to be safe from discrimination are fundamental to basic human rights.   ‘Love your neighbour as yourself’ – Matthew 22:39   Whether in our workplaces or in our schools, Catholic organisations are proud…

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Well-Being at Work – A Practical Guide

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There’s a spike in gym memberships at the beginning of every year.  Sales of exercise equipment go through the roof.  We start thumbing through health magazines and many of us commit to a diet of some kind.  The New Year seems to be a trigger to take better care of ourselves. In fact, it’s probably…

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