HC looks at the conditions which are required to make an employee medical examination compulsory
Great ideas in the workplace can be stifled due to managers who resist changes to the status quo
Recent cases have shown that the courts are prepared to come down hard on sham contracting. In this article, Mark Diserio, Kaitlyn Gulle and Kate Oaten from Lander & Rogers, take sham contracting back to basics.
One of the world’s largest oil and gas companies has said it will drastically reduce headcount in a cost-cutting global restructuring initiative
With the federal election looming at the end of 2016, workplace reform is again up for debate. HC chats to a legal expert about the findings of an inquiry report assessing Australia’s Workplace Relations Framework.
Two traders dismissed for inappropriate behaviour are suing a major Australasian lender, claiming it condoned a culture of sex, drugs and alcohol, but the bank has defended its code of conduct.
A recent European Court decision indicates support for employers who access employees’ private conversations.
Unsettling video footage shows chairs flying across the room and computer screens suddenly coming to life.
Here's what you need to know about the Coalition Government's shock announcement yesterday
New technology will transform the workplace in areas such as business processes and employee training, says Dr. John Burgin
Looking beyond potential threat and towards potential opportunity is where leaders can exert significant influence