Reaching the top: Predictors of women in the top roles in the wine industry

Jeremy Galbreath, from the Curtin University School of Business, has been researching the roles for women within the wine industry. She suggest that wineries are yet to reap the benefits of having women filling more senior positions. The following is an excerpt. The full article can be sourced from Grapegrower & Winemaker December 2014 edition […]

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US Wine Industry Salaries up 5.4 percent in 2014

The results of the Wine Business Monthly’ s annual US Salary Survey as outlined in the Wine Business Monthly October 2014 edition, reveal a positive shift in wine industry salaries since one year ago. The salaries covered in the report increased overall by 5.4 percent in the last year, compared to 2.4 percent the year […]

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New research shows ‘Job Lag’ is costing the economy six billion each year

Job Lag is costing the economy over six billion dollars each year due to poor recruitment practices and staff turnover cost close to 50 per cent of an annual salary, 20 per cent more than previously thought according to a new study.  In response, a ‘world first’ program was launched today by the Assistant Minister […]

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