HRD investigates the support that should be offered to an employee with a mental illness during performance management
A new application is lodged every three and a half minutes with critics claiming the process is “easier than lodging a tax return”
The retailer is facing a federal lawsuit over claims it forced the former male transgender employee to wear a women's uniform
If staff are required to do ad hoc tasks from home, should they receive the same pay entitlements as if they had to return to the workplace?
After a mining firm recently got bad press for penalising an employee volunteer, HC looks into the legalities of payment for volunteer leave
An employer who fails to accommodate an employee’s breastfeeding needs could face a costly discrimination claim.
As the ride-sharing giant faces a class action suit in the US, HC asks an Australian employment lawyer about the ins and outs of sham contracting.
When a worker is the subject of a criminal investigation, HR needs to tread carefully to ensure procedural fairness.
The Attorney General has announced sweeping changes that will affect the way that HR professionals treat candidates who are pregnant
Sometimes, the kindest thing to do is to tell employees the harsh truth – even if they don’t want to hear it
The Fair Work Commission found there was insufficient evidence to back up the allegations