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.
Following the reinstatement of five NRL players involved in cocaine abuse allegations, legal expert Andrew Farr offers advice for employers in similar predicaments.
The Australian Taxation Office has been involved in a long legal battle after an employee sustained injuries from changes made to her work station by casual employees.
A nationwide fast-food chain has been slapped with a heavy fine after appearing in court last week and being found to have failed in managing staff health and safety.
Athena Koelmeyer outlines two recent cases that have underscored the grey area of whether an employer should attempt to intervene and give directions to employees about what they can and cannot do in their “private time”, whilst engaged in work-related travel.
Liquor company Dan Murphy’s has been found not liable after an employee was fatally injured at a work Christmas party.
A government agency is under fire over a worker who is alleged to have used a fake Master's degree to secure a job.
Have you ever asked a job applicant how old they are? If you have, you might be breaking the law. A leading Singapore employment lawyer looks at which interview questions could land you in hot water.
‘Hip’ companies are always going to have it easier when it comes to recruitment but the unpopular kids need employees too…