McDonald’s, in collaboration with the Fair Work Ombudsman, set up a process to self-audit about 8,500 pay packets and correct any issues it found – the results are in.
In a case of corporate standards vs. self-expression and body image, a worker for Virgin has won his unfair dismissal battle after being terminated over the length of his hair and conduct.
Would a $1,000 cash bonus be an incentive to hire a mature-aged worker? The federal government is handing out cash to businesses in order to increase workforce participation.
The Federal Government's workplace compensation insurer has recorded its first loss for the year $2011-12. The reason? Public servants are “not recovering as quickly as they should”.
Online job ads reach a 3-year low after numbers fell in December for the tenth consecutive month.
A statement by Graduate Careers Australia has said the pay gap between male and female graduates is actually much smaller than widely reported.
The median remuneration for HR professionals at large US companies rose by 11% in 2012, increasing at the fastest rate in at least two years, according to the findings of a new study.
The New Year is well and truly here, and it’s a fact that some of your employees may be seeking greener pastures – before they do, are your exit interview procedures up-to-scratch?
Do working mothers care more about having flexible hours after returning to work than spending more time at home while on leave? The answer may surprise you.
Workplace banter could soon be a thing of the past if draft legislation currently before a senate inquiry is passed – and the proposal has sparked outrage among Australia’s top legal minds.
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
Male tearfulness is just one of the findings from fascinating research into appraisals by a leading tech firm