The final appeal in a long running racial discrimination case in Queensland has been thrown out – an Indigenous care officer derogatorily referred to as a ‘black fella’ will be able to access his settlement.
The opposition has finally release its industrial relations policy, pledging once and for all it will not repeal the Fair Work Act.
National bank ANZ has axed the common practice of ranking staff on a bell curve when it comes to performance reviews – here’s why.
Ambulance staff are furious a manager who was demoted for sexual harassment will return to work alongside the very people who lodged the complaints.
Just in case any evidence was needed that employees take their coffee extremely seriously, an email outlining in fastidious detail the last known whereabouts of a worker’s favourite mug has gone viral.
Blue-collared workers are the highest users of maths in the workplace a new study has revealed.
The Fair Work Ombudsman has announced changes to its complaint resolution processes, which is says will get complaints resolved sooner.
A landmark bill has been tabled in Tasmanian parliament which could have widespread implications for workplaces around Australia.
They’re the notoriously quiet worker bees in the corner. Or perhaps on another level all together. What do IT workers really want? The answer may surprise you.
Are you being dazzled by results in the ‘here and now’, instead of looking at longer term leadership potential? It’s not always the shining starts who have the most potential.
HC looks at the conditions which are required to make an employee medical examination compulsory
In some circumstances, HR must cease disciplinary processes and come to a settlement with an employee who has a mental illness
Great ideas in the workplace can be stifled due to managers who resist changes to the status quo