Company allegedly sent workers to clients for manual labour but paid them nothing
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A court ruling in the ACT has clarified the definition of an ‘officer’ in the Workplace Health & Safety Act and shed light upon who can be made responsible for WHS breaches
One HR director decided to order her cake and eat it at her own farewell party, and blew $800 in the process.
With the world changing so fast it’s not always easy to predict new trends in employee behaviour, like this one.
A company in California has a $6 million settlement bill to pay, after one of its employees was cooked alive with tons of tuna in an industrial oven.
After terminating a long-standing employee, Launceston City Council now faces allegations they did so to avoid a redundancy payout. HC asks an employment law specialist for guidance on how to minimise the risk of similar claims.
HR professionals might be in the business of focusing on the development and training of other staff in their organisation, but in today’s business environment, they are increasingly focused on their own skills, too.
The restaurant described the allegations as “unacceptable”
Fatalities don’t necessarily represent the big picture on workplace safety
Where do you start when you are developing a work health and safety (WHS) system? Alan Girle provides his top WHS tips for employers