Employees who think they have it tough should explore the reality of working life in 19th century Britain.
New research has revealed that recruiters could be ignoring the best candidates for jobs by succumbing to a range of unfair biases and pre-assumptions.
A recent Federal Court decision means that Australian employers will have to be careful about breaching the implied terms of mutual trust and confidence in their employment relationships.
The office flirt might be able to leverage some advantages in their career but, according to a new study, they are likely to come at a cost.
These days an offer of alternative employment is an acceptable option to counter a potential redundancy – so what does HR need to know about this particular option…
Most Australian employees have displayed at least one type of ‘counter-productive workplace behaviour’, according to new organisational psychology research.
Dismissing an employee for health reasons could lead to legal trouble – so it’s a good idea to exercise compassion and good sense when dealing with an ill or injured employee.
Asking candidates questions such as “How do you get an elephant into a fridge?” in job interviews can, apparently, prove very useful for employers…
Early intervention and education are the best ways to deal with workplace bullying, according to an employment lawyer’s public critique of Australia’s approach to the issue.
Excellent leaders are in global demand but a major shortage of candidates means that companies need to be canny and revamp their own leadership development programs.
An employment tribunal has heard that a flight attendant has been sacked after eating a sandwich given to her by her manager
Talitha Cummins is claiming she was unfairly dismissed from her role while on maternity leave
In case of prolonged absences, employers must find the balance between meeting employees’ needs and maintaining business goals