An HR professional has pleaded guilty to inappropriately using her company credit card and tampering with financial records
Choosing to conduct an internal investigation into a work grievance can put HR into a highly vulnerable position, warns one legal expert
The highly controversial ‘adverse actions’ provision in the Fair Work Act (2009) is proving likely to land HR in trouble as the number of claims continue to rise.
The FWO’s action against Jetstar highlights dangers of using overseas in Australia.
What changes should employers anticipate from the Dad and Partner Pay Bill? Andrew Tobin, Troy Wild and Dominique Lamb discuss what’s in store for employers.
A court has determined that the termination of an employee was ‘manifestly unjust’ and that the repeated failings of HR culminated in physical violence between two workers.
A Melbourne employer discriminated against a female employee by dismissing her because of her “overall young look”, the Fair Work Ombudsman has found.
HR at Australia’s biggest construction materials supplier has been advised to cease its practice of sending a supervisor to accompany injured staff members into doctors’ consulting rooms.
Fifty pages of leaked emails have purported to reveal widespread discrimination and harassment within Apple’s workforce
The very best social media players in the Australian HR industry have been revealed in LinkedIn’s annual Power Profiles