- Employers out of tune with plummeting worker morale
Worsening employee morale in the face of the global financial crisis is being underestimated by employers.Despite 44 per cent of employees indicating that employee morale in their company has plummeted, only 26 per cent of employers acknowledge that workplace morale had dropped, recent research has revealed.
- Firm caught out on Fair Work Act
A Melbourne law firm has been forced to make an $8000 redundancy payout after an administrative worker took her case to the Fair Work Ombudsman. The woman's job was terminated and she was informed she was ineligible to receive redundancy pay.
- Be a winner in 2009
Human Capital readers are urged to vote for their preferred HR Service Provider for our end of year awards issue.
- Brisbane’s HR managers most rewarded
HR managers working in Brisbane have access to more rewards and bonus payments than those working in Melbourne or Sydney
- HR lacks confidence to deal with workplace conflict
Dealing with conflict in the workplace is an area in which most HR professionals feel they need more training, according to a recent survey
- Workplace conflict skills gap plagues managers
A new survey highlights the importance of Australian companies developing the skills and confidence of their managers to resolve conflict in the workplace.