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.
Looking for the bright, breezy, cheerful candidate? Scared of the guy who seems to have had a lot of knocks? One top CEO says your priorities are backwards
Nichola Constant and Erin Lynch outline the role of restraints of trade in protecting business interests
Ensuring the proper contractual arrangements are in place before an employee heads abroad on a secondment can be like navigating a minefield, and one of the most common pitfalls occurs when errors are made in the fine print of leave entitlements.
A recent Federal Court case has again bought to light the need to clarify implied terms, especially in relation to breach of contract cases. Sean Selleck outlines why the implied term has been "a splendid house built without foundations".
An employment tribunal has heard that a flight attendant has been sacked after eating a sandwich given to her by her manager
In case of prolonged absences, employers must find the balance between meeting employees’ needs and maintaining business goals
One executive coach says the beginning of the year is when top performers often quit. Here’s how to prevent that from happening