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.
It’s not often a CSR endeavor comes along that also has the scope for a unique teambuilding experience – a not-for-profit foundation is giving landmine victims the gift of prosthetic hands, and they’re built by everyday Australian corporate ...
New research has indicated that measuring the value of individual performance remains the million dollar question for HR professionals.
Encouraging workers to browse their social networks or to take a load off with the newspaper may seem like a recipe for disaster – but it’s not the bludge fest you might think.
An HR professional has pleaded guilty to inappropriately using her company credit card and tampering with financial records
Staff at AGL's Loy Yang Power Station have signalled the possibility of industrial action in a move described as 'outdated union ideology'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