Submitted by allison.gray on Mon, 14/09/2015 - 12:50
It is predicted that up to 70 per cent of Australian jobs could be at threat as new waves of automation sweep through workplaces over the next few decades. This was reported in a recent ABC News article...
Submitted by edwina.ross on Mon, 14/09/2015 - 12:02
Energy from nuclear sources deserves further exposure and debate to deter the visceral and often irrational reaction most have to any discussion on the topic. We tend to respond to the significant and high profile disasters rather than getting our heads around the facts. I do, however, believe that I may be lecturing to the converted?
Submitted by oliver.jenkinson on Thu, 20/08/2015 - 14:22
These are two terms that are rarely used in the same sentence, and frequently demonstrate a disconnect between the engineering and business industries. Having spoken with countless engineers and technicians from a range of backgrounds, there are a few core reasons why THEY believe this is the case.
Submitted by edwina.ross on Tue, 11/08/2015 - 12:46
Employment, for most of us, is not something that can be debated – it is a necessity. Past articles have pondered why career choices are made and often remade along the way. The more apparent influences are capability and interest, remuneration and opportunity.
Submitted by edwina.ross on Sat, 01/08/2015 - 12:26
Just before the 2014 Christmas break we installed a 22.88kW solar panel PV system onto the roof of our head office in Perth, Australia. Carolina Asenjo, our marketing manager, drove the project. She strong-armed our CEO and the project was given the go-ahead. By all accounts little coercion was necessary – the pros easily outweighed the cons.