The ‘human element’ involved in data-based decision-making means poor decisions could potentially be made
At least a half-dozen Uber recruiters involved in diversity initiatives have left in the past 18 months
Employers in the UK are fearful that the way they reward employees to help attract, retain and motivate them is no longer appropriate.
High levels of depression in the legal profession may be attributable to the legal working environment which, according to Professor Patrick McGorry, is still akin to a 19th century workplace.
The decision of former David Jones publicist Kristy Fraser-Kirk to turn down an offer of settlement from the David Jones executive is astounding, according to workplace law expert Gerard Phillips.
The majority of managers lack self awareness, leading to significant cultural disconnect in the workplace.
More investment in staff development by regional employers is leading to a happier workforce compared to metro counterparts.
Employers must be vigilant at all times to the dangers of workplace bullying, yet there are still many misconceptions about what bullying means and how it can be detected.
A former staffer at Seven has filed an adverse action claim after allegedly experiencing shame and anxiety
A man is claiming his former company is in breach of the Fair Work Act after alleged bullying by the CEO
A business has been accused of discrimination after refusing an employee’s right to return to work after she took parental leave