What will hospitality look like in 2023?
Every crisis pushes people to want something different. In the 1920’s it was a movement towards freedom. The boisterous Charleston bore no resemblance to the constraints of Victorian-era dance. Jazz’s flamboyance personified freedom. Women cast off the restrictions of corsets, domestic tradition and social rules to shorten their skirts, work,
MAKE OR BREAK: ACTIONS IN TIMES OF CRISIS
In a perfect world, crises would never occur. Potential disasters would be averted thanks to our advanced technologies, stable infrastructures and ready access to ample resources. Intellectually we know that no one is fully immune from a crisis, but we take confidence in our ability to avoid or overcome disasters
EVERYTHING THAT IS WRONG WITH JOBS
Punished by the lucrative welfare-to-work industry: ‘I was contemplating suicide‘, a story published this week in The Guardian Australia, tells us “[t]he outlook for the most disadvantaged jobseekers is bleak: only a quarter will find work each year. The privatised system is leaving them behind“. Jobactive, the government’s employment program,