- Workplace depression: Awareness better but stigma persists
Australian workers have a high level of awareness about depression and anxiety disorders but insufficient training is provided on how to help or identify a colleague who is experiencing depression, according to a recent survey.
- Aussies expecting pay increase
New research has revealed a full two-thirds of Australian employees don’t believe their salary accurately reflects their performance – and they are expecting the situation to be rectified in the New Year.
- FWA review must centre on productivity
New workplace relations minister Bill Shorten has announced a review of the Fair Work Act – the first since the Act was fully implemented and a requirement under the system.
- Age is just a number
This year’s winner of the Australian Institute of Management (AIM) Young Manager of the Year, Konica Minolta’s Martin Kettels, tells Kate Aubusson why companies should take a second look at the young up-and-comers when it comes to filling leadership roles.
- Early intervention
At what point should employers intervene in employee health? Human Capital asks the experts how they are handling chronic health issues in the workplace.
- Australia's HR function is shifting to the Cloud
Australian businesses are increasingly turning to the cloud to outsource their HR systems, according to a presentation made in Sydney last month by a leading technology provider.