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.
A proposed enterprise agreement by a Sydney 7-Eleven franchise has been rejected by the Fair Work Commission as it would have underpaid employees.
What was on the Australian HR agenda this year? HC looks back over the most-read stories of 2015.
An employment lawyer outlines what employers need to know about 'ordinary and customary turnover'.
The former federal MP has been slapped with a hefty fine, prompting the FWC to warn organisations that breaches of the law will not be tolerated.
Of the top 40 companies, 88% offer paid volunteer leave, with 61% offering a budget to support volunteering
Fair Work Ombudsman Natalie James said the penalties demonstrate that "serious consequences apply" for neglecting Fair Work Commission orders
Despite the recent trend towards business focused HR, a new report indicates that many HR directors still have some way to go