It is estimated that Australian employers are getting $130 billion a year in free labour – is this a good thing for HR?
The HRD editorial team has been alerted to fraudulent emails from people claiming to be HRD journalists
A jury in Brooklyn, NY, has awarded a dock worker US$60,000 in punitive damages following his being banned from work after complaining about being groped.
A new study by a US university has shown that workers are feeling increasingly pressured to correspond with colleagues outside of working hours, leading to decreased engagement and poor health.
Employees and their lawyers are increasingly taking aim at employers using Fair Work general protections provisions, with HR getting caught out by ‘furphies’.
The owner of a tea plantation has been attacked and killed by his employees following disagreements over wages and working conditions.
The most admirable managers are the ones whose decisions determine life or death. Astronaut Chris Hadfield reveals what HR can learn from his harrowing experiences.
The Maritime Union of Australia has become the first union in Australia to face legal action under federal workplace bullying laws, cementing its identity as a uniquely and controversially operated union.
A court has imposed a hefty penalty against an HR manager, dismissing her argument that she was following her boss’s orders
Employers need to acknowledge that a person’s mental health is something that impacts their life and work
The 24-year-old worker was also accused of sending work files to his personal email account