Sarah Thapa outlines the implications of a new initiative that will impact on many sponsors of 457 visa holders.
A new study has found that employees regard flexible working as a key influencer when considering job offers – but many feel that their employers are failing to provide it.
Outsourcing can be a winner for business – but only so long as you get the balance right
Teleworking is hailed by many as a saving grace for the Australian workforce, but do employers need to step back and look at the safety issues?
ECA International has launched a tool to aid HR in housing mobile talent. Is it worth a place in the budget?
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.
As 2013 winds down and a new year starts to come into focus, we take a look at six of the top trends to hit HR shores in 2014. Which ones are you on top of?
Technology advances have helped drive the cause for teleworking in many organisations today. However, some companies are reviewing (or even reversing!) such policies, which has stirred up a lot of discussion around this topic.
While the new laws will initially only cover the building and construction sector, the ramifications could be more widespread – HC investigates.
A court has awarded costs to a public servant who claimed her need for breast reduction surgery was sparked by her work environment.
The prime minister has suggested that changes to the penalty rates system could be on the horizon.