If your company has won a government contract or receives taxpayer-funded assistance, you’ll have to ensure you meet promotion targets for women.
The workplace watchdog has reminded employers to pay staff public holiday loading for working remotely this Easter.
The highly controversial ‘adverse actions’ provision in the Fair Work Act (2009) is proving likely to land HR in trouble as the number of claims continue to rise.
Struggling to find skilled staff? It will now be easier to import skilled American workers on temporary visas to fill skilled worker shortages.
For the first time the federal government is partnering up with HR experts to boost the employability of Australians with a disability.
The FWO’s action against Jetstar highlights dangers of using overseas in Australia.
As the calls for extending portable long-service leave to more sectors gets louder, HR must consider how to manage this significant liability.
A court has determined that the termination of an employee was ‘manifestly unjust’ and that the repeated failings of HR culminated in physical violence between two workers.
A Melbourne employer discriminated against a female employee by dismissing her because of her “overall young look”, the Fair Work Ombudsman has found.
A panel of industry experts in Sydney yesterday warned that Australia is entering the ‘new world of work’ and as yet, the challenges are not being met by the majority of organisations.
An employee was dismissed by text message because she refused to accept below-Award wages
A business has been penalised $227,300 after legal action by the Fair Work Ombudsman
HC talks to CEB's Aaron McEwan and academic Uri Gal about how HR can make the most accurate decisions