The annual review of minimum wages is currently underway, and from 1 July minimum wages are likely to increase – is your organisation ready?
According to new research, Australian employees are time wasters – however, workers in one state are bucking the trend. Should HR head south to recruit top talent?
More than 1,715 foreign workers will enter Australia under the first ever Enterprise Migration Agreement.
When IT managers show up at your office door spruiking the benefits of shifting to the cloud, you may think they’re talking about curious weather patterns – it’s time for HR to catch up.
The outcome of a recent Fair Work Australia (FWA) decision has highlighted the importance of maintaining and consistently reviewing internal social media policies.
Since November last year the changes to LAFHA have left employee’s confused and many employers turning a blind eye to the problem. HC brings you the latest on what HR should be doing to prepare for the 1 July changes, and come out in front.
New research has revealed startling statistics – having questionable leaders at the helm of your organisation could be putting off investors to the tune of millions.
After leaving employers and foreign workers in months of limbo, the Federal Budget finally confirmed that two years’ breathing space will be afforded to foreign LAFHA recipients.
The Australian Human Rights Commission has said there is a growing trend of immigrants adopting Western names in the hope it will get them hired.
The NSW parliament has passed new legislation that will mean harsher penalties for employers caught out for not reporting employees who commit driving offences in company cars.
A former staffer at Seven has filed an adverse action claim after allegedly experiencing shame and anxiety
A man is claiming his former company is in breach of the Fair Work Act after alleged bullying by the CEO
A business has been accused of discrimination after refusing an employee’s right to return to work after she took parental leave