industrial relations news

  • Labor’s IR raises business ire by

    EMPLOYERS WILL face higher labour costs, increased union power and more workplace regulation under Labor’s recently announced industrial relations policy, according to business groups

  • Labor unveils OHS policy by

    A LABOR federal government would seek to accelerate harmonisation of OHS and workers compensation regulation through a more empowered national body and financial incentives to the states and territories to adopt reforms, according to shadow workplace relations minister, Julia Gillard

  • How to sell HR by

    The benefits of having a strong employer brand are compelling. But if HR were an organisation, what would its employer brand be, and how would it attract fresh talent? Human Resources speaks with four recruitment advertising agencies about how HR should best promote itself

  • Breaking in a new culture: the Virgin Blue story by

    Virgin is one of the best known brands on the face of the earth today, with a strong focus on culture, values and pioneering leadership. Virgin Blue’s Brett Godfrey and Bruce Highfield speak with Craig Donaldson about the makings of successful cultures and what it takes for HR to earn the respect of the CEO

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