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From April 1 the requirements of the new Workplace Gender Equality Act 2012 Act will be fully operational – is your organisation up to speed with the new requirements?
New research has investigated the impact workplace bullying has on women – bizarrely it was found that women actually work harder after being harassed.
Organisations need to be more proactive in taking into account the perspectives of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, according to a new report by a peak diversity body.
To succeed in an increasingly competitive industry, organisations need to embed a strong customer service ethic into their corporate culture.
Gaining a spot on a ‘best employers’ list can work wonders for HR strategy. It’s a feather in the cap for any HR director and can bolster branding, retention, engagement – you name it. So how do you nab a nod from the list-makers?
The CEO of a leading mental health organisation is calling for corporate Australia to promote an ‘if you see it, call it’ message to workers.
Analysts claim the latest jobs data shows the Australian jobs market has seen the biggest overall rise in employment since the year 2000.
From time to time your boss may assign you a job outside of your role description – but having to do your boss’ daughter’s homework may be pushing things way too far.
Cover story: Special Report – Retention
The latest incident in a string of industrial claims plaguing the CSIRO – after an office-supplied hard boiled candy led to a tooth breakage, the organisation enacted a flat ban of candies at meetings and training sessions.
An HR professional has pleaded guilty to inappropriately using her company credit card and tampering with financial records
Staff at AGL's Loy Yang Power Station have signalled the possibility of industrial action in a move described as 'outdated union ideology'
The Australian Industry Group has said the proposed wording could allow perpetrators to take paid leave