Employees do not always disclose a mental illness voluntarily, and nor are they legally obliged to do so
An unnamed staffer sent an email to employees berating them for not being in the office late at night
Former convicts applying for federal jobs in the US will no longer have to disclose their criminal history in the early stages of recruitment.
Employment lawyers warn employers that workers are opting for ‘more traditional’ legal routes which offer higher chances of compensation for bullying.
HC chats to the HRD of Vodafone Australia, who explains how the company recovered from its very own nightmare HR disaster.
The CFMEU has entered a submission to the Royal Commission into Trade Union Governance and Corruption, in which it claims that allegations its NSW official engaged in criminal bribery are misguided.
Solid communication is at the route of all success – here, the internationally renowned expert offers advice on getting it right.
Don't let the 'race that stops the nation' turn into an HR nightmare. HC talks to an employment lawyer tells HC about how to minimise workplace risks on race day.
The company said the error is completely unacceptable and a clear breach of their advertising standards
The FWC has ruled on the controversial case involving an employer who terminated a worker opposed to same-sex marriage last year
Justice Rita Zammit dismissed the case, finding that if the farting occurred it "would not necessarily amount to bullying"