Research has shown that interns around Australia are losing an average of $6,000 in wages as employers continue to run unpaid internships.
Following a South Australian law firm’s decision to charge budding lawyers thousands of dollars to secure an internship, one academic has warned companies to be wary of their legal obligations.
One area of legal concern for HR managers is likely to see growth in 2015, but an expert says the floodgates are not about to open.
A slow start to 2014’s new anti-bullying uptake does not mean employers should rest easy as they head into 2015 and beyond, with more case activity expected.
When does an internship turn into an employment relationship? That’s the question facing a Melbourne based media company that has come under fire for failing to pay interns.
When recruiting for a role that requires staff to talk to clients over the phone, what can HR do if an applicant suffers from a speech impediment? HC investigates...
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