Next breach will be dealt with more severely, watchdog warns
Workers have been exploited and underpaid by the supermarket's contractors in the past
In the wake of a string of high profile exploitation cases, it's never been more important for HR to exercise due diligence.
When a worker is the subject of a criminal investigation, HR needs to tread carefully to ensure procedural fairness.
A new industrial relations battle to convert casual workers into permanent employees is heating up, with unions pushing the controversial move
The FWC has upheld the dismissal of an employee who was fired for multiple safety breaches.
A recent decision of the Federal Circuit Court has drawn attention to employers’ legal requirements under discrimination law when dealing with sick or injured employees, writes Amber Chandler.
Pleading ignorance or saying “they told me to” is no defence for HR professionals facing a charge of personal liability.
Untreated mental illness can weigh on workers and your company. Here's how HR can help
HRD talks to three industry experts about what further study would mean for their careers