The Attorney General has announced sweeping changes that will affect the way that HR professionals treat candidates who are pregnant
Legal action has commenced against a Sydney employer for allegedly falsifying wage records
Under new rules proposed by the federal government, listed companies will be slapped with tougher executive remuneration disclosure rules.
The Fair Work Ombudsman has issued a warning to employers that underpayment of wages will incur penalties.
A five-year legal battle has resulted in a compensation payout for a public servant who was injured whilst having sex on a work trip.
The adverse action provision of the Fair Work Act is relatively new on the industrial relations landscape, and a new decision has put significant qualifications around this clause of the legislation.
Fair Work Australia has previously ruled on numerous cases involving pornography on work computers – but what can you do if an employee is actually distributing the material?
Would an employee’s criminal conviction for domestic violence be grounds for dismissal? You may assume their off duty behaviour automatically influences their work life – but a new court ruling says otherwise.
There’s no reason HR can’t have fun but leaders also have an obligation to keep staff safe
Young workers are driving a lot positive transformation across organisations