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.
The outrage sparked by the Commonwealth government’s approval of 1,700 overseas workers for Gina Rinehart's Roy Hill project may have been all for nothing.
Cynics may label Valentine’s Day the flower industry’s annual cash cow – hopeless romantics would disagree. Whichever camp you’re from, HR can often be the unwanted ‘third party’ in office romance entanglements.
A CSIRO worker has been denied his request for reinstatement, following his resignation after using a company car to go through a fast food drive-thru.
Workplace relations minister Bill Shorten intends to introduce new laws governing the rights of pregnant women at work and increase flexibility with parental leave.
The Labor government has flagged its intention to increase the number of employees who can ask for flexible working arrangements – are you abreast of what would change?
The Fair Work Ombudsman today announced a new focus on educating employers and employees about the legitimacy of schemes for unpaid work experience.
The editor-in-chief of a major Fairfax newspaper has resigned following an alleged incident involving a young reporter
Here’s why it’s important to immediately reach out to the new hires before they start
‘Meaningful noises’ such as office-related conversations between co-workers can lead to a decline in performance, according to a new study