In some circumstances, HR must cease disciplinary processes and come to a settlement with an employee who has a mental illness
The prevalence of burn out is increasing as the lines between being at work and home are significantly blurred
Fair Work Australia has previously ruled on numerous cases involving pornography on work computers – but what can you do if an employee is actually distributing the material?
How do temporary workers fit into the contemporary workforce, and what are the benefits of hiring them?
As another unfair dismissal case ends in favour of the employee, it may be time to take a closer look at your investigation procedures to ensure the integrity of due processes is being upheld.
There are only a few days left to claim the Super Saver discount on registrations for the National HR Summit 2013.
Would an employee’s criminal conviction for domestic violence be grounds for dismissal? You may assume their off duty behaviour automatically influences their work life – but a new court ruling says otherwise.
If your end of year offering ain’t what it used to be, it hasn’t gone unnoticed. Budgets may be tighter and the orders are coming from the top – but it pays to fill staff in on the reasons why.
Looking beyond potential threat and towards potential opportunity is where leaders can exert significant influence
A recent court case has highlighted the importance of preventing corporate data theft. What role can HR play?
Employees with mental health issues may require short term adjustments to accommodate their condition