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Staff at AGL's Loy Yang Power Station have signalled the possibility of industrial action in a move described as 'outdated union ideology'
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.
In this two-part series HC investigates the legal guidelines for ensuring the office party ends with a laugh not a lawsuit.
Recruitment agencies and employers reliant on overseas talent are facing tough times ahead after the announcement yesterday that the LAFHA will be phased out.
A HR manager has been murdered in Thailand after the escalation of a work dispute.
What does it take to execute on high stakes collective bargaining? Chris Gardner goes ‘behind the scenes’ to examine the vital components of a successful collective bargaining think-tank.
A national meeting of more than 20 leading employer and business organisations held in Melbourne on Friday has called for changes to Australia’s Fair Work laws, and for an independent review of current IR laws.
The government’s plans to crackdown on paid parental leave has been met with some stinging criticism
The former Victorian Premier has called for performance bonuses of CEOs to be linked to the mental well-being of employees
Staff in Victoria and New South Wales have the best chance of getting a pay rise, claims new research