Following a $12,500 fine to a construction industry employer, a court has warned that eliminating bullying is a duty of care under common law.
Sacking an employee for breaking safety policies could backfire on employers, warns a leading health and safety lawyer.
A security guard has lost a million dollar damages claim against his employer, even though they breached their non-delegable duty of care.
An employment lawyer outlines the lessons to be learned from a case that saw an abusive and intoxicated employee win an unfair dismissal claim.
That's just one question that HR managers should be asking while preparing for end of year parties – HC provides a three step guide to managing the unfortunate risks associated with end-of-year staff functions.
Martin Alden outlines where the anti-bullying stance taken by the Fair Work Commission stands almost two years after it was introduced.
Staff at AGL's Loy Yang Power Station have signalled the possibility of industrial action in a move described as 'outdated union ideology'
The Australian Industry Group has said the proposed wording could allow perpetrators to take paid leave
A former public servant has lost an appeal to receive continuing remedial massage treatment for an old workplace injury