A recent decision of the Federal Circuit Court has drawn attention to employers’ legal requirements under discrimination law when dealing with sick or injured employees, writes Amber Chandler.
A US jury awarded a staggering $17.4 million to five women who suffered severe sexual harassment at the hands of their employer.
A stop-bullying order has been imposed on a Tasmanian employer after one employee removed another as a friend on Facebook.
HC speaks to a leading employment lawyer about best practice for managing employees with mental illnesses.
Lawyers from Landers & Rogers reflect upon a recent decision from the Fair Work Commission which caused a stir in the world of employment law.
As International Women’s Day and Diversity Council Australia’s 30th anniversary approach, HC asks: how far have women really come in the past three decades?
The retailer has been slapped with almost $250k in damages after an employee was injured at one of its warehouses.
During disciplinary meetings, it is important to be clear about the role of the employee’s support person.
Bill Shorten’s Labor party has backed down in the face of union pressure over the controversial proposed changes to penalty rates.