Name and shame: Can you go public with employee firings?
A US police chief took to Twitter to blast his ex-staff. Legally, can Aussie employers do the same?
The employment forecasts you’re looking for
Sceptics remain fearful, but figures reveal employers' ‘careful optimism’.
No penalty for shonky Ombudsman advice
Confused businesses taking on bad advice have nothing to fear – as long as they make a record.
Australia falling behind in work/life balance
Australia is falling behind the rest of the world when it comes to work/life balance, a new study demonstrates.
Latest target of Fair Work inspectors is…
As the crackdown on Australia’s underpayment habit continues, a new industry is in the FWO’s sights.
Back in the saddle: Tips for getting back to work
Whether you’re a week in or just dusting off the keyboard this morning, you or your staff might be feeling the back-to-work blues. Here’s how to stop it.
Gen-Y optimistic for 2014
Gen-Y is optimistic for the year ahead, compared to the more pessimistic outlook of their elders, new research has found.
Lighter side: Desk tells you to stand
Sitting all day isn’t good for you, but how do you remember to spend some time standing each day? Get a desk that tells you when, that’s how.
Reduce absenteeism by promoting exercise
Promoting even minor physical activity in the workplace can reduce absenteeism and related costs, one expert says.
Why you should hire someone who has been fired
People make mistakes, and people have bad runs. Should you give someone a second chance?