A recent internal bulletin at the ATO has detailed the legal consequences of employees who are found to have given false information to secure a job.
Following the reinstatement of five NRL players involved in cocaine abuse allegations, legal expert Andrew Farr offers advice for employers in similar predicaments.
Give them another chance or get them out the door – one leader has some tips on telling the difference.
The former Cronulla Sharks player has been found to have been wrongfully dismissed by the team after he was sacked over a photograph posted on social media.
A woman’s bid for compensation was rejected recently after a judge found that her sacking – based on her having too many sexual partners – was justifiable. People + Culture Strategies’ Joydeep Hor outlines why.
A Tasmanian company and its operator are facing heavy fines after failing to follow close down legislations. HC outlines employers’ duties and valid reasons for placing staff on stand-down.
The FWC has ruled on the controversial case involving an employer who terminated a worker opposed to same-sex marriage last year
Employees do not always disclose a mental illness voluntarily, and nor are they legally obliged to do so
Pepsico supports women at all levels of the organisation to progress into more senior positions