The Fair Work Commission found there was insufficient evidence to back up the allegations
An award-winning managing director discusses the challenges in achieving gender diversity for facilities management and construction workplaces
An employee who was fired for touching five women’s breasts at his work Christmas party has been reinstated after taking his case to the NSW Industrial Relations Commission.
As HR professionals, the last thing we want to worry about is having employees secretly recording performance or disciplinary meetings. HC Online looks at the legalities of secret recordings.
Nominations are open for the 2014 Australian HR Awards, with new categories on offer to showcase the industry’s best and brightest.
The laws around when you can legally employ young people vary from state to state. HC looks at what you need to know.
The importance of effective leaders has once again been highlighted with new research showing professionals blame poor leadership for negatively impacting on their performance.
Five American cheerleaders have sued their employers after being subjected to "demeaning" employment conditions, including a weekly "jiggle test".
There’s no reason HR can’t have fun but leaders also have an obligation to keep staff safe
The Attorney General has announced sweeping changes that will affect the way that HR professionals treat candidates who are pregnant
The head of HR at Deloitte explains how corporates can benefit by integrating open talent networks into their employment process