Stephanie Zillman

Stephanie Zillman Stephanie is an accomplished journalist who has written for a range of leading news websites. 

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  • Fly-in fly-out workers depressed

    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.

  • Veterans fume over HR’s $52k spend on ‘funny’ videos

    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.

  • Jay Leno takes pay cut to save jobs

    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.

  • Pay gap due to lack of female applications

    The reason women are underrepresented in high-paying jobs may be simply because they are not applying for them, rather than as a result of direct employer discrimination.

  • Mr, Ms, Mrs – out-dated etiquette or courtesy?

    In the digital age where acquaintances from five years ago are ‘friends’, and formal written language has fallen by the wayside thx 2 txt, the lines of business formalities have been similarly blurred.

  • Smokers need not apply

    The president of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry Queensland (CCIQ) has come out swinging, sparking an age-old debate by accusing smokers of costing the state “millions and millions” of dollars in lost productivity each year.

  • Railcorp grooming blitz: Worth it?

    The hotly discussed ‘first impression’s count’ initiative at Sydney’s RailCorp has left HR tongues wagging – is the crackdown on grooming standards worth it?

  • Qantas fined thousands for mistreating worker

    The national carrier and one of its managers have been fined $15,500 over a successful claim launched by a worker who was mistreated after questioning his rate of pay.

  • The secret life of IT employees: Do you know what they want?

    If you thought IT workers would love to work from home, you would be wrong. Now new survey findings show what really makes them tick.

  • Anonymous job applications reduce prejudice

    Following a pilot project across a number of top European companies, there’s a trend underway in Germany which sees complete anonymity of candidates in the hiring process.

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