HC speaks to a legal professional about the impact that the China-Australia Free Trade Agreement could have on employment law.
Broadcaster ABC’s exposé of the food supply chain sector this week alleged that the industry has been exploiting migrant workers and forcing them into unbearable conditions.
President of the ACTU Ged Kearney has claimed that Australia should limit the number of temporary working visas it grants to foreign workers or risk damaging its domestic workforce.
The government announced yesterday that it will be implementing changes to the 457 program following a review – here’s what that means for employers.
Experts provide a step-by-step process for HR to ensure cultural integration during M&A transitions.
A Chinese cook has been underpaid thousands – what’s the FWO’s next move?
Australia is falling behind the rest of the world when it comes to work/life balance, a new study demonstrates.
In the market for a transfer? If you want to end up in New York, Europe or Australia, be warned: competition between HR professionals is hot.
The big-name bank caused controversy after refusing the Human Rights Commission’s recommended remedy for the ‘hurt and suffering’ it caused a job candidate, who failed to disclose an armed robbery conviction.
The HR manager of a high profile company could receive a personal penalty over what a legal expert refers to as ‘a simple mistake’.
The FWC has ruled in favour of an employee who sexually harassed co-workers at a work function saying he was unfairly dismissed. Does this change the rule-book around work-related parties?