As unions step up their level of industrial action across Commonwealth departments, a spokesperson has suggested that departmental bosses could use unscheduled absence as a pawn in their negotiations.
HC speaks to an expert in OHS about how employers can cut costs and maintain a high standard of health and safety in the workplace.
A recently released report has revealed what HR professionals regard as the most destructive aspects of their working day when it comes to productivity and the duties they should be completing.
From stretching the truth to exaggerating experience, candidates are increasingly embellishing their resumes. Here’s how to spot a fraudster.
Unions and industry groups have reacted to the Productivity Commission’s radical proposal to change the criteria for new entrants to Australia, with some voicing concern that migrants will fail to fill skills shortages.
Was the dismissal of SBS sports journalist Scott McIntyre following a series of Anzac Day tweets justified?
HR guru Dave Ulrich reflects on why some people still hate HR and provides some suggestions on how to promote positive views of the best profession in the world.
Following several high profile workplace tragedies over the last couple of years, many business are now taking employee fatigue more seriously. Are your employees really ‘fit for work’?
Interviews and assessments are notoriously nerve-inducing processes, particularly in the ultra-competitive graduate market. Is there a way to engage grads and also reduce the intimidation factor? Gamification might be the key, as Chloe Taylor reports.