• A tasty way to promote diversity by Stephanie Zillman

    Lunch rooms across Australia will come alive this week as workers delight in sharing the foods from their cultural background with their colleagues as part of a national campaign promoting diversity.

  • Inexperience+ kills work dream for oldies by External

    There is some doubt whether a newly elected Coalition Government will continue to fund the older worker initiatives; yet given the current Government's track record, they have a low bar to start from, writes Malcolm King.

  • Man sues temp agency after losing genitals on job by HRM

    A Florida man whose genitals were damaged while working at a temp job is suing the staffing company that sent him there.

  • World’s Greatest Shave at work by Astrid Wilson

    The well-known annual fundraising event for the Leukaemia foundation is on once again – this year even an HC journo has dared to go bare.

  • ‘Lollygate’ the latest incident plaguing the CSIRO by Iain Hopkins

    The latest incident in a string of industrial claims plaguing the CSIRO – after an office-supplied hard boiled candy led to a tooth breakage, the organisation enacted a flat ban of candies at meetings and training sessions.

  • Leading in the Human Age: New approaches to work by External

    The work environment has changed, meaning companies need to build adaptable, adjustable work models and drive a culture of collaboration to succeed. Lincoln Crawley outlines why an era of certain uncertainty requires new approaches to the world of work.

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