Strong HR policies covering conduct and discrimination will go a long way to preventing offensive comments in the workplace, lawyers say.
A pharmaceutical company has been ordered to pay $21,000 after unfairly dismissing a man who combined a work trip with a jazz festival.
A man who told a prospective employer that his boss was having an affair and had lost a major client has been fired for slander.
Allowing employees to opt-out of enterprise contracts after 12 months would create unnecessary uncertainty, business groups say.
An employee who claimed his employer’s supply of alcohol contributed to his bad behavior has lost his unfair dismissal case.
The commission has quashed its initial judgment to reinstate a Toll worker who was fired for making Islamic State slurs to a colleague.
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The shock move comes as the company channels funds into new technology