The average woman is still not being paid the same as the average man, according to the latest figures – how can HR play a role in improving pay equity?
Pre-internship screening fail: the Australian National University was this week left red-faced after it was discovered a student who had been assigned an internship with the Liberal party was a former Labor candidate.
Violent scuffles with police, union paraphernalia likened to gang colours, and a disregard for Supreme Court orders – the latest union clash has business leaders scared stiff. What does HR need to know about unions?
This is one gag that may have been more at home at a buck’s party than a company business meeting. How can HR up-the-ante and stamp out inappropriate conduct?
The spotlight has once again been cast on the distinction between independent contractors and employees, following a $450k payout order by the Federal Court.
Negotiating the fine print in the contracts of senior executives can be a headache for HR as getting it wrong can come at a high price – check out this latest tips list to see if you’ve got your bases covered.
The ghosts of IR laws past have been dredged up once again following claims by workplace minister Bill Shorten that Tony Abbott would restore elements of the controversial Work Choices laws if in power.
A leading authority on depression has said that efforts need to be bolstered in supporting the mental health of workers in the mining and resources industry.
In the tight fiscal climate of the United States, eyebrows have been raised over the $52k a government HR department spent on producing a spoof video to show at conferences.
As many as 25 staff at US network NBC were saved from the redundancy chopping block thanks to an eleventh hour self-imposed pay cut by the veteran host.
New research has found there is a disconnect between what employees really want and what their employers think they want
A former employee seeking $550,000 over allegations of 'fat-shaming' has been accused of potentially lying about her symptoms