FIFO taking its toll on workers
Removed from standard work support structures, employees may not be coping well with the unique pressures of FIFO work, a recent study has found.
Job applications: Don’t make a Spiel-berg of them
When one jobseeker didn’t get a call back from a Hollywood film studio, he took an unconventional route to try to land his dream job.
Forty winks at work could cost a fortune
A sleepy employee took an involuntary nap at work and accidentally shifted a few million euros more than he meant to.
Addressing ‘mental health day’ stigma
The ‘mental health day’ in Australia is typically associated with ‘chucking a sickie’. However, one expert feels it is time to get serious about mental health.
Success stories: What it takes for women to break through
While barriers in the workplace still plague some women’s advancement to the top, many have broken through, and are eager to share their experiences.
Catching the horizon: Increase productivity, increase profits
Australian companies are not achieving full productivity, according to a recent report – and it could be costing them billions.
Expert fears false bullying claims could flood FWC
The Gillard government’s reforms could result in some undesired circumstances, according to one expert.
How to retain your IT rockstars
Today, IT staff are the gears that keep organisations turning. With IT demand increasing, how can you ensure your top performers don’t jump ship?
Women still held back in the workplace
The prevalence of women in the senior ranks of the workforce is on the rise, yet there are still key barriers preventing them from advancing to the C-Suite.
Westpac employee wins compensation over workplace bullying
A Westpac employee has won compensation from the Queensland Industrial Relations Commission (QIRC) over workplace bullying.