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  • Perks verses purpose by Contributor

    Research consistently proves that corporate giving enhances employee engagement

  • Opinion: What is ‘social capital’ worth to your business? by

    In a competitive marketplace, organisations often seek more from staff, but walk a fine line attracting the best talent for the right price. When digital and social skills are highly sought after, should organisations pay for the privilege? Roger Christie explores the concept of employee ‘social capital’

  • Teacher who roughhoused student wins reinstatement by Iain Hopkins

    A primary school teacher who was dismissed for using ‘unacceptable force’ with children has been reinstated – and the investigation procedure was flawed from the get-go.

  • Rudd says Telstra must help sacked workers by Astrid Wilson

    Is there a corporate responsibility to help redundant workers find a new job? According to former PM Kevin Rudd, Telstra has a big job on their hands.

  • For what it’s worth: the employee engagement survey by Iain Hopkins

    Some HR experts are beginning to question the real value of employee engagement surveys, but do they risk throwing the baby out with the bath water?

  • Breach visa conditions at your peril by External

    It is already an offence for businesses to have illegal workers. New legislation allows the Department of Immigration to levy fines on a strict liability basis, without needing to show any intent, knowledge or recklessness by the business. Mark Webster outlines the repercussions for business.

  • Report renews calls to reform Australia's IR framework by

    A new report has shed light on Australia's changing workforce make-up, leading industry experts to call for reforms to Australia's "20th century industrial relations framework".

  • Another day, another IR spat: Who’s poisoning the waterhole? by Stephanie Zillman

    Just yesterday we reported on the IR dispute escalating within Victoria Legal Aid – today Metro bus drivers in Tasmania walked off the job between 10am and 2pm.

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