New research has challenged the picture of working women – for organisations looking to truly achieve gender equality; it’s time to re-examine who really is the ‘modern working woman’.
An extra $7 million over three years has been announced to cover wage rises for low-paid community sector workers in Tasmania.
On the 15th of March I will be shaving my hair off as part of the Leukaemia Foundation's annual major fundraiser, the World's Greatest Shave.
Up to 15 workers in Western Australia have been sacked from their lucrative mining jobs after filming a Harlem Shake dance clip and breaching workplace health and safety requirements in the process.
A $275,000 fine for a Victorian boat company and the death of an independent contractor reinforces the need to exercise due diligence in workplace health and safety management.
There might be some truth in that old saying – according to research by the University of Kansas, forcing oneself to front a smile can actually positively reduce stress levels.
Financially stressed employees spend 20 hours a month of work time trying to solve their financial problems – high-time to start offering financial literacy training.
Health workers in the Queensland public service are encouraged to ‘dob in’ managers and colleagues if they witness instances of wastefulness via a new online porthole.
Just yesterday we reported on the IR dispute escalating within Victoria Legal Aid – today Metro bus drivers in Tasmania walked off the job between 10am and 2pm.
Some 600 Victorian Legal Aid workers have threatened to wear unusual clothing in a bid to embarrass their employer. A media stunt? Yes. And that’s the point.
A former staffer at Seven has filed an adverse action claim after allegedly experiencing shame and anxiety
The supermarket chain has promised staff will be paid as normal after one manager asked them to work without pay
Sleep disorders are the leading causes of absenteeism in Australia and it’s costing the economy billions each year