Staff Travel Articles
Use pilots on reef or pay the awful price
HALF of Australian businesses have reduced the hours their staff work and 17 per cent said they have cut the pay of senior executives as they look for ways to avoid job losses.
FIRST the global downturn, now swine flu: travel operators have been doing it tough.
WHILE the world slid into recession, the Federal Government spent almost $60,000 flying four senior staff first class to London to attend a G20 meeting held to deal with the credit crunch. Andrew Charlton, Mr Swan's chief of staff Chris Barrett, senior media adviser Matthew Coghlan and media officer Lou Cullen.
The Fred Hollows Foundation needs program co-ordinators in Sydney to liaise with overseas staff. The foundation is looking for talented, enthusiastic people who have the dream of helping others overcome avoidable blindness - people who can turn 1000 operations into 10,000 and 100,000 into a million.