The workplace ombudsman has issued a rare list of tips for employers hiring new staff.
Sexual harassment complaints like the current Oracle case are a minefield for HR, and getting it wrong can have incendiary consequences. Here’s how to get it right.
Against a backdrop of surging unemployment, one organisation in Spain is still keen to hire. The selection criteria is steep though – applicants have to take a vow of poverty and abstinence.
Fourteen employees of a law firm say they have been let go for wearing orange – but there may have been more to the story.
Even the first lady of talk has had to make redundancies this week, but Donald Trump isn’t making it any easier.
Why waste money on employing a professional head hunter when you can find you next star yourself by using social networks?
If you’ve raised an eyebrow at the authenticity of a sick note, you may encounter more than you bargained for.
Technology means employees can now work everywhere, anytime; but by encouraging or even allowing this are employers actually creating a threat to their bottom line?
More employee unfair dismissal claims are being upheld by Fair Work than ever before. So is the system broken?
If you don't have a clearly defined policy on staff smoke breaks, you may be up for a bill of $8,000 per smoker, per year.
The Fair Work Ombudsman reveals 10 unlawful mistakes some companies still make when employing young people
A former employee is suing Lorna Jane for $550,000 in damages for alleged bullying and triggering a mental health disorder
Shocking footage has emerged of Australian employees being forced to simulate sex acts