What would happen if you gave your employees the chance to ask you what they want for Xmas? Orangutans and tattoos, apparently…
It’s been a big year for HR. We recap the top stories that had everyone clicking this year.
With a price tag in the billions, it is time for Australia to up its game when dealing with workplace injuries.
The dangers of working extremely long hours has once again been highlighted after the death of an Indonesian copywriter.
The French branch of a retailer has been embroiled in a scandal for spying on staff. How does this apply to Australian law?
We all like to think the world is becoming less discriminatory. But when it comes to Australian workplaces, it just isn’t true.
New anti-bullying laws are less than three weeks away, and one expert fears employees will rort the system. How can you stay on top?
With its value fluctuating wildly, some professionals are now looking to accept their pay in the cyber currency called ‘bitcoin’.
As 2013 winds down and a new year starts to come into focus, we take a look at six of the top trends to hit HR shores in 2014. Which ones are you on top of?
Exit interviews are a great way to gain insight, but come at a cost. The solution? It just might be stay interviews.
A former staffer at Seven has filed an adverse action claim after allegedly experiencing shame and anxiety
The supermarket chain has promised staff will be paid as normal after one manager asked them to work without pay
Sleep disorders are the leading causes of absenteeism in Australia and it’s costing the economy billions each year