If you don’t want to ruffle any feathers, it’s important to make sure that the distinction is made between employees and contractors – or you could end up footing a legal bill.
There are situations in which employers have to weigh the cost of going to court against the cost of a settlement. HC looks at what to consider when offering a payment.
If your employees build up LinkedIn connections with clients and then leave to work for a competitor, do those networks count as trade secrets?
The Federal Court has ruled in favour of a company which faced an adverse action claim after giving gift vouchers to non-striking employees.
Instead of coming to HR with complaints, some employees decide to go to the media. HC looks at what your options are when an employee publicly criticises your company.
A public servant has been awarded compensation after claiming she developed a psychiatric condition after her boss put her in the “naughty corner” for complaining about low office morale.
There’s no reason HR can’t have fun but leaders also have an obligation to keep staff safe
The Attorney General has announced sweeping changes that will affect the way that HR professionals treat candidates who are pregnant
The head of HR at Deloitte explains how corporates can benefit by integrating open talent networks into their employment process