Earlier this year, obesity was classed as a disease in the US. If the same was to happen here, what are the potential legal ramifications for HR and employers?
A former SME operator has taken to the streets with a lyrical smack-down to raise awareness of “small business blues”.
New federal protections on discrimination are due to commence today.
Even when being conservative, candidates are expecting greater salary increases than they are likely to be offered. How can employers close the expectation gap between new recruits and reality?
More organisations are turning their focus towards wellbeing of their employees, and reaping significant benefits.
Despite its proven effectiveness on employer branding, corporate decision-making and even profitability new research shows many organisations are downsizing their diversity programs and strategies.
Recent reports show that extreme burnout for teleworkers in China is proving fatal. What steps can be taken to ensure it doesn’t happen to your employees?
Whether you like it or not, your employees are using social media at work. The solution isn’t to ban it, but to regulate it.
An unemployed woman searching for work opted for a new spin on social media to try to land a position.
New reports muse on which gender is the funniest in the workplace.
The Fair Work Commission has handed down its much anticipated decision on penalty rates as part of the four yearly review of modern awards. Here's what you need to know
The chief executive of Australia Post has resigned after seven years in the job following a pay dispute
HC talks to one lawyer about the legalities around announcing restructures and redundancies