The 24-year-old worker was also accused of sending work files to his personal email account
The firm was found to have knowingly helped one of its clients underpay a vulnerable worker
On the 15th of March I will be shaving my hair off as part of the Leukaemia Foundation's annual major fundraiser, the World's Greatest Shave.
Failure to clearly state in its policy documents that sexual harassment is illegal has led the Federal Court to find Oracle ‘vicariously liable’ for an employee's inappropriate conduct.
Employer groups and unions are facing off over the alarmingly high rate of attrition among young apprentices.
Up to 15 workers in Western Australia have been sacked from their lucrative mining jobs after filming a Harlem Shake dance clip and breaching workplace health and safety requirements in the process.
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A $275,000 fine for a Victorian boat company and the death of an independent contractor reinforces the need to exercise due diligence in workplace health and safety management.
A court has imposed a hefty penalty against an HR manager, dismissing her argument that she was following her boss’s orders
A workplace investigation can turn into a fully-fledged fiasco more likely to start a fire than put one out
Despite advances in technology, human skills are more important than ever