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.
Looking for a quick fix to headcount issues amid the unpredictable economic environment could land you in a legal minefield.
HR at Australia’s biggest construction materials supplier has been advised to cease its practice of sending a supervisor to accompany injured staff members into doctors’ consulting rooms.
New reforms have been introduced to parliament which call for changes to paid parental leave to include Dad and Partner Pay.
Asking for a candidate’s Facebook login details is a fatally flawed practice from the get-go, and any use of Facebook presents risks around discrimination.
Staff at AGL's Loy Yang Power Station have signalled the possibility of industrial action in a move described as 'outdated union ideology'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
A former public servant has lost an appeal to receive continuing remedial massage treatment for an old workplace injury