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Staff at AGL's Loy Yang Power Station have signalled the possibility of industrial action in a move described as 'outdated union ideology'
Failure to clearly state in its policy documents that sexual harassment is illegal has led the Federal Court to find Oracle ‘vicariously liable’ for an employee's inappropriate conduct.
Up to 15 workers in Western Australia have been sacked from their lucrative mining jobs after filming a Harlem Shake dance clip and breaching workplace health and safety requirements in the process.
Evidence shows more than one in two Australian companies are essentially unprepared for the upcoming increase in mandatory super contributions. Are you one of them?
A university professor who used research grants to pay for personal items, including cosmetics, massages and wine, has won compensation after Fair Work ruled his dismissal was severe.
According workplace law experts, the government’s proposed introduction of new complaint processes for workplace bullying could potentially lead to employees taking their complaints above employers’ heads.
The 2012/13 year is shaping up to be one full of changes to the industrial relations landscape – are you across the changes?
The banking inquiry proves there's a causal link between bad culture causing bad financial performance, says one expert
There are several potential impacts of gender biases in business. Here’s why this is a challenge for HR
One Australian company has made some radical changes to focus on a healthy work/life balance for all staff