Queensland and Western Australia have experienced the highs and lows of large-scale investment in the resources sector over the past decade. Following the peak of the ‘boom’ around 2012/13, many mining and mining services companies faced severe distress as activity rapidly contracted, but the flow-on effects were also felt by businesses, landlords and workers, particularly in the states’ major mining towns.
Research shows that CX leaders consistently outperform the market — in fact, from 2007 to 2014 CX leaders’ cumulative returns were 49 percent greater than the S&P 500 Index. And those trailing the pack are similarly impacted: CX laggards underperformed the index by 162 percent during this same period.
Scrutiny of Domino’s highlights how investors are moving towards zero tolerance on labour market indiscretions
How instructed assumptions in loss and damages claims can be shown to be unreasonable and the consequences that flow on for the case.
The Northern Territory is facing unprecedented change as it transitions from a high dependence on construction and mining related activity to an export (liquified natural gas) and consumption driven economy.