The modern world owes much to aluminium, a silvery-white, soft, non-magnetic, ductile metal. Indeed, the aviation, construction, electronic, automotive, energy and food industries – just to name a few – would all be unsustainable without aluminium.
Think personal branding isn’t for you? Think again.
Far from an exercise in vanity or the preserve of ambitious entrepreneurs, personal branding is valuable to anyone pursuing any kind of career. Here’s why.
We’re pleased to share the news that we’ve joined other high-profile Australian companies as a WORK180 (previously known as DCC Jobs) endorsed employer for women.
WORK180 is a job platform where employers are pre-screened to ensure they support women’s careers. Founded by Gemma Lloyd and Valeria Ignatieva, WORK180 only advertises jobs for companies that meet criteria on aspects such as paid parental leave, pay equity and flexible working. This allows women to search and apply for jobs with the assurance that each employer listed on the site supports women.
MEC Mining celebrated its 12th birthday, entertaining clients at an exclusive cocktail event at Alchemy Restaurant and Bar in Brisbane. This year also marks an exciting turning point for MEC in terms of our leadership.
Renewable energy sources are gaining market share rapidly. However, an important issue with systems that rely heavily on renewable energy is that both solar and wind power have variable outputs depending on circumstances:
- Solar power only produces energy during the day and has reduced efficiency on overcast days.
- Wind power relies heavily on the weather conditions.