A UK wedding coordinator’s job is presumably on the chopping block after committing the cardinal sin: insulting a bride-to-be.
Without prior consultation with industry, Treasury axed the in-house benefits tax concession in salary packaging – no new agreements can now be entered into.
Forget smoke breaks – it is text messaging and smartphones causing the biggest disruptions to work flow in Australian organisations.
The length of tenure of newly appointed Australian CEO’s is far below the international average and a worrying trend for HR directors to grapple with.
Treasurer Wayne Swan has announced the cost of skilled migrant visas will rise, amid a raft of visa fee increases.
The federal court in Perth has handed down a $13k fine as a lesson to employers: discrimination against pregnant employees will not be dealt with lightly by the courts.
Is the weekly overtime bill a crippling expense? Well, new statistics show people overstate the number of weekly hours they ‘usually’ work by as much as 10%.
Who would have thought there could be a down side to receiving some extra cashola?
We’re all guilty of it: answering a business call at midnight, responding to a work query whilst on holiday with the family, having a video call at the kid’s footy game – but here’s why you have to stop.
New figures from the workplace watchdog have indicated a 9.2% rise in unfair dismissal claims for 2012 alone – and an alarmingly high proportion are settled with a ‘go-away’ payment.
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