Court documents reveal boss told pregnant executive 'a woman's IQ halves when she falls pregnant'.
A “war for talent” is brewing as Australian organisations gear up to actively grow their workforce.
The global economy is set to become $2 trillion larger by 2018, creating millions of new jobs.
Democratic ways of working are eroding the traditional supervisor/underling relationships between managers and team members.
Sophisticated employers need to start thinking “more laterally” regarding staff working hours, in order to get the most out of their workforce.
A public servant who tried to blame her frequent absences on her search for soy milk and organic coffee has had her claim for stress-related worker’s compensation denied.
The real purpose of HR is not in strategy or planning: it’s “down on the ground and out on the street”, according to one leading expert.
What risks does HR face when an employee claims their underperformance is due to workplace bullying?
Ready and waiting fields of quality applicants no longer exist, so where are you sourcing your top-end talent?
Working remotely isn’t just about long lunches and flexible hours, argues Scott Hanselman, who says sometimes, it just plain sucks.
HC looks at the conditions which are required to make an employee medical examination compulsory
In some circumstances, HR must cease disciplinary processes and come to a settlement with an employee who has a mental illness
Older workers are feeling subtle pressure from their colleagues and management to make way for younger generations