Staff at AGL's Loy Yang Power Station have signalled the possibility of industrial action in a move described as 'outdated union ideology'
An HR professional has pleaded guilty to inappropriately using her company credit card and tampering with financial records
Restraints of trade: They aren’t enforceable, are they? Helen-Anne MacAlister provides her insights.
The Federal Government provides a variety of wage subsidies to eligible employers who hire job seekers with a disability or other barriers to employment.
The uncertain economic outlook and ongoing market volatility has put redundancies back on the agenda, prompting leading workplace consultants to warn Australian companies not to repeat the mistakes made during the GFC.
Prime Minister Julia Gillard has unveiled an expanded cabinet, with Bill Shorten to replace Chris Evans as Minister for Employment and Workplace Relations.
Federal Workplace Relations Minister Chris Evans has said he will not speculate on whether the upcoming independent review of the Fair Work Act could lead to the return of compulsory arbitration.
In the second instalment of our two-part series looking at the legal guidelines for hosting successful end of year celebrations, HC reveals how the actions a company takes the morning after the party can carry more legal implications than the event itself.
The Australian Industry Group has said the proposed wording could allow perpetrators to take paid leave
A former public servant has lost an appeal to receive continuing remedial massage treatment for an old workplace injury