The FWC has found that a former employee of Coca-Cola Amatil was dismissed unfairly following disputes over his language and attendance.
Seemingly inconsistent decisions from the Fair Work Commission mean companies often face difficult choices when dismissing problem staff.
Savvy employers are taking advantage of a rare chance to review and amend employee entitlements that can be ‘anachronistic’ and see them overpaying.
Australian employers are cracking down on employees who email or text when they are too ill to go to work, and are monitoring social media posts which often show that illnesses aren’t genuine.
HC investigates how bullying claims can be dealt with before they become one of the mediations dealt with by the FWC.
Sydney is in disarray as the city copes with the aftermath of last night’s storm.
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