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How Leaders Can Build Healthy Work-life Integration in the Current and Post COVID-19 Era

By: McCrindle

Work. It’s a big part of one’s life and always has been. But over the last few years the always-on technologies and office-in-our-pocket has made it harder than ever to switch off and distinguish the difference between work and rest. The devices we carry allow many of us to take work not just home, but wherever we go. Read more

How COVID-19 is Affecting the Aussie Spirit

By: McCrindle

New national research from Mainstreet Insights of 1,002 Australians shows that COVID-19 is having a substantial impact on the Aussie spirit, our relationships and spirituality. Read more

The Global Population is Set to Peak in 2064

By: McCrindle

The latest population modelling shows that the dire forecasts of global overpopulation and food shortages are unlikely to eventuate. Read more

In Defence of the Name Karen

By: McCrindle

Much has been made of the name Karen in popular culture recently. Through memes and social media, the name has been used as a euphemism for a woman of privilege who is demanding at the expense of others. Read more

The Silver Lining of COVID-19 – Fewer Colds and Flus

By: McCrindle

Australians are projected to experience an average of 2.5 fewer colds and flus as a result of social distancing and hygiene practices Read more

The Future of Work and the Skills Needed

By: McCrindle

The future of work is defined by more than just technological change. It is also impacted by sociological change. Read more

COVID-19 and Our Foodie Culture. Will It Ever Be the Same?

By: McCrindle

Aussies enjoy eating out. It could be brunch on a warm Saturday afternoon, dinner at a family restaurant or making reservations at the new, popular spot all the food bloggers have been talking about. It is a quintessential cornerstone in our culture. Read more

Cultural Diversity Increases – Australia’s Latest Migration Data

By: McCrindle

The latest migration data reveals Australia is increasingly culturally diverse. Three in ten Australians (29.7%) were born overseas according to the latest ABS migration data. Read more

Australia’s Top Baby Names 2020

By: McCrindle

Each year Australia’s states and territories publish the top names given to babies in the previous year. McCrindle collates this data from the respective states and territories, analyses it, and uncovers the nation-wide trends. The data is in, and Australia’s top baby names are revealed. Read more

The Impact of COVID-19 on the Next Generation

By: McCrindle

There is a generation that comprises more than 1 in 7 people, who are influencing the purchasing power of their household and are key to the future, yet few people have heard of them. Within the next four years they will outnumber the Baby Boomers, and many of them will live to see the 22nd century. Read more