To combat stress and absenteeism in the workplace, UK employers have adopted a drug-testing stance. Is it moral, and what are the legal ramifications in Australia?
One employee’s trip to the loo turned into a literal bathroom break when she found herself destroying her workplace to escape.
Minister for Employment Eric Abetz is set to dismantle some of the work done by Bill Shorten earlier this year, focused on stripping unions of power.
In a move to reduce red tape, the Abbott government has promised the abolition of government committees and jobs. What does this mean for employment?
Unions attack the return of two construction commissioners from the old guard, while industry groups praise the return. Why the controversy, and where do you stand?
The battle to combat intense rosters brings to light Australia’s broader problem with workplace fatigue.
There are two mistakes that employers often make when handling bullying complaints made during the disciplinary process
An international drinks company has hired an iconic TV star to lure candidates who can ‘move mountains’
Here’s why it’s important to provide training for managers about what great recognition looks like