Another retail giant has been targeted by the Fair Work Ombudsman in its investigations into minimum wage payments.
As many as one in five employees have performed their work duties while under the influence of alcohol.
Background screenings have found that Australian candidates are some of the most likely in the Asia-Pacific region to be caught lying to secure a job – are your candidates lying to you?
The Fair Work Ombudsman took legal action against a retail giant after employees on working holiday visas were not paid.
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?
Part 2 in a 2 part series. The world of work is constantly evolving – what trends will affect how we interact with colleagues and commute to the office in the coming years?
The world of work is constantly evolving – what trends will affect how we interact with colleagues and commute to the office in the coming years?
Shell’s corporate footprint will be ground zero for its HR team in coming weeks, as it seeks to execute a round of job cuts in order to gain increased efficiency.
The retailer has been slapped with almost $250k in damages after an employee was injured at one of its warehouses.
They might not behave badly in the interview process but certain personalities should send warning signals to HR.