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Can meditation affect social media use?

Business
28 Sep, 2023
Mindfulness is known to alter our behaviours and responses in the real world, but can it also shape how we use social media? A new study investigates.
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What happens when RTO replaces WFH?

Business
26 Sep, 2023
Companies requiring workers to return to the office must not be too rigid if they want to attract future talent and avoid high resignation rates.
How to rein in clutter and stay tidy

How to rein in clutter and stay tidy

Business
25 Sep, 2023
Possessions don’t have to control your life. New research is showing how tidy people maintain their homes – learn how you can too.
two women

Global accolades, impact for marketers

Business
18 Sep, 2023
A paper co-authored by two AUT Marketing experts has become the most cited article for 2022 in a renowned journal.
A person

Kiwis embrace te reo Māori

Business
12 Sep, 2023
As this year’s Te Wiki o te Reo Māori gets underway, AUT’s Professor Ella Henry reflects on NZ’s changing attitudes toward te Reo Māori.
Why NZ needs an Empty Homes tax

Why NZ needs an Empty Homes tax

Business
11 Sep, 2023
New AUT research shows that taxing empty homes could become a source of substantial revenue for the government.
Buy Now Pay Later should be seen as debt

Buy Now Pay Later should be seen as debt

Business
07 Sep, 2023
While people are essentially borrowing to pay for items, the delayed payment option is viewed differently from other debts by both users and under the law.
Who will win the 2023 Rugby World Cup?

Who will win the 2023 Rugby World Cup?

Business
06 Sep, 2023
The All Blacks are most likely to win the RWC, according to a well-tested algorithm developed by AUT Professor of Economics Niven Winchester.
Time to address NZ’s ethnic pay gap

Time to address NZ’s ethnic pay gap

Business
28 Aug, 2023
We’ve made some progress with addressing the gender pay gap; now, it’s time to act on the ethnic pay gap, says Management Professor Katherine Ravenswood.
Kate Kearins

Beating the workplace “blahs”

Business
14 Aug, 2023
Dean of the Business School, Professor Kate Kearins, offers six ideas on how leaders can help beat that mid-winter feeling of ‘blah’ in the workplace.

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