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Staff at AGL's Loy Yang Power Station have signalled the possibility of industrial action in a move described as 'outdated union ideology'
An organisation has been ordered to pay more than $20,000 in compensation after Fair Work found it unfairly dismissed an employee.
In the same week that a public servant won compo for a work trip sex injury, NSW Premier Barry O’Farrell announced proposed changes that would turn the state’s workers’ compensation on its head.
Payroll error is a one-way ticket to employee disengagement and reduced morale – yet despite the lessons from QLD Health’s bungled shared services operations, orgs continue to mess up this critical function.
The case of a summary dismissal of an employee who took a three day holiday from work without permission has been upheld thanks to email evidence – is monitoring emails perfectly legal?
The court of public opinion has made its finding – the car manufacturer botched its mass layoffs despite offering enviable severance packages. So how did HR get it so wrong?
A new judgement has wide-ranging implications on what Fair Work Australia will consider the ‘length of service’ in unfair dismissal hearings.
Sometimes we need to set out in a positive direction and let our fickle emotions catch up
Organisations are increasingly choosing to invest in upskilling and traineeships, indicates new research
Financial stress is impacting the health, morale and productivity of Australian workers, according to new research