Following the Attorney General’s announcement that the burden of proof will be reversed in anti-discrimination legislation, business leaders have led a backlash.
A caregiver who quit his job after being called a ‘dirty homosexual’ by a colleague has accused his former employer of turning a blind eye. Is your organisation championing tolerance?
The Federal Government has announced an overhaul of anti-discrimination laws, including shifting the burden of proof to the defendant once a prima facie case has been established.
In a bizarre set of circumstances, the Bureau of Meteorology has been ordered to reinstate a worker who took sick leave to appear on a reality TV program.
Workplace drug testing is inefficient and can lead to workers simply changing drugs or avoiding reporting incidents, according to a new national report.
HR leaders are under increasing pressure to boost productivity by getting more out of staff – but with finite time and resources, is this a case of the emperor without his clothes?
Still think there’s a skills shortage? The latest data shows there is in fact an oversupply of skilled labour across 20 occupation sectors.
It’s well known that innate personality traits are linked to leadership ability – but what about physical characteristics?
How frequently do you send a gossip-laden email to a co-worker? Yep, thought so.
New research has indicated that migrants remain essential to the viability of Australian resource industry projects, and contrary to popular belief, most new roles have been filled by local workers.
Staff at AGL's Loy Yang Power Station have signalled the possibility of industrial action in a move described as 'outdated union ideology'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
A former public servant has lost an appeal to receive continuing remedial massage treatment for an old workplace injury