A CFMEU representative has been fined for confronting and bullying a Fair Work inspector
One academic warns that the prevailing views about high-performance workplaces are "dangerously simplistic"
The HR Summit will be held in Brisbane in October, focusing on leadership, change communication and employee engagement
Poor worker health doesn’t have to be something that’s difficult to tackle says one senior HR practitioner
New research suggests that the way workplaces are structured could actually attract narcissistic staff
The firm's founder talks about how this policy works both within the company and in Australia’s employment law framework
Employers overlook policy communication and training at their peril, says one law firm.
Investment in HR-related technology and software may be up, but HR leaders still need to build a solid business case to get it over the line
Technology can – and does – help HR professionals fi nd success in the boardroom. James Kissell, marketing director at WFS: A WorkForce Software Company, outlines how this can occur through streamlining workforce management processes