The government has unveiled a new measure to crack down on employers who take advantage of migrant workers
Staff at AGL's Loy Yang Power Station have signalled the possibility of industrial action in a move described as 'outdated union ideology'
The FWC has ruled in favour of an employee who sexually harassed co-workers at a work function saying he was unfairly dismissed. Does this change the rule-book around work-related parties?
The HR manager of a high profile company could receive a personal penalty over what a legal expert refers to as ‘a simple mistake’.
The line between performance management and bullying claims remains hazy at best - Walter MacCallum provides some recent case law examples.
A government inquiry has set out to tackle corrupt union activity – and will see a crackdown on companies who bribe unions to avoid industrial action.
The journalist who was sacked by SBS after tweeting political comments about Anzac soldiers is reported to be taking his case to the Fair Work Commission.
The Construction, Forestry, Mining and Energy Union and several of its members have been found in contempt of court after breaching an injunction.
HC looks at the conditions which are required to make an employee medical examination compulsory
In some circumstances, HR must cease disciplinary processes and come to a settlement with an employee who has a mental illness
Great ideas in the workplace can be stifled due to managers who resist changes to the status quo