- Immigration: check your employees or pay the price
The Department of Immigration and Citizenship (DIAC) has sent out a stark warning of the significant risks faced by employers that fail to check the immigration status of their prospective employees.
- Blokes still getting paid more
A lingering gender based pay gap has been identified in the financial services industry – new data has revealed some 56% of those in the industry have experienced unequal remuneration practices.
- Offer emerging technology to stay ahead
New research has shed light on the expectations of the emerging workforce – and while currently little over half of employees agree they need technology to work effectively, there are strong signs this figure is about to increase significantly.
- Learning to give, not just receive
What form will corporate volunteering take in 2012? Kate Aubusson explores what one company is doing to help those in need, while also keeping its own staff engaged.
- Dealing with the angry employee
Every workplace has at least one employee who seems perpetually angry. Although this is often not a result of anything the employer has done, it is left to managers to pick up the pieces following their tirades. Tammy Tansley provides her tips to do it better.
- Redundancies: FWA decision creates even more risk
In a potentially far-reaching decision, Fair Work Australia (FWA) has found that the redundancy of a senior manager was not genuine because the employer failed to offer the chance of redeployment to a lower position within the organisation.