A government inquiry has set out to tackle corrupt union activity – and will see a crackdown on companies who bribe unions to avoid industrial action.
The journalist who was sacked by SBS after tweeting political comments about Anzac soldiers is reported to be taking his case to the Fair Work Commission.
The Fair Work Commission didn’t see the “humour” in the situation after a worker accidentally sent her boss a text message that wasn’t meant for his eyes.
The FWC has dismissed a worker’s unfair dismissal claim after the Defence Department ordered her to return to work after consulting its own specialist rather than the employee’s.
An employee who threatened to exact revenge on coworkers who he alleged had bullied him into resignation recently lost his FWC bid for constructive dismissal.
Most employers know the definition of 'bullying behaviour' is hazy at best. Michael Michalandos outlines exactly where this confusion lies and what employers need to be wary of.
Some ATO workers are complaining that hot-desking is posing health and safety problems
HR needs to take workplace culture much more seriously, according to an Australian academic
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