Dr Robert Holmes says it's time to destigmatise mental health issues in the workplace so that employees can feel safe enough to say "I'm not coping"
While the connections between business success and a safe work culture are known, why does HR often struggle to put this into practice?
There’s few things in a quiet office environment more irritating than a colleague with an annoying or shrill voice disrupting the work flow – but could a loud voice actually damage a worker’s hearing? One government employee says yes.
A Florida man whose genitals were damaged while working at a temp job is suing the staffing company that sent him there.
Research backed by St John Ambulance Australia paints a dire picture of organisational readiness in responding to first aid.
A $275,000 fine for a Victorian boat company and the death of an independent contractor reinforces the need to exercise due diligence in workplace health and safety management.
The Federal Government's workplace compensation insurer has recorded its first loss for the year $2011-12. The reason? Public servants are “not recovering as quickly as they should”.
Workplace drug testing is inefficient and can lead to workers simply changing drugs or avoiding reporting incidents, according to a new national report.
An employment tribunal has heard that a flight attendant has been sacked after eating a sandwich given to her by her manager
Talitha Cummins is claiming she was unfairly dismissed from her role while on maternity leave
Male tearfulness is just one of the findings from fascinating research into appraisals by a leading tech firm