The FWC has ruled on the controversial case involving an employer who terminated a worker opposed to same-sex marriage last year
HRD catches up with one of last year's Rising Stars – Chris Purdy of Mantra Group
A survey of employees in technology companies has revealed a worrying trend in which bosses are more likely to criticise women and give men constructive feedback in performance reviews.
There’s a myth that disagreements are negative and are to be avoided at all costs. Business consultant Alexandra Tselios explains why it's a myth that needs busting.
With Gen Y’s love of its lifestyle, it’s time for HR managers to rewrite the sick leave policy to provide more flexibility, according to one expert.
The royal commission into union corruption has heard that a union was allegedly given $2,500 a week by labour-hire companies linked to a crime figure.
Emotional intelligence tests are becoming common hiring tools, but how much stock should HR put in the results? HC investigates.
A worker who called his manager offensive names and used bad language had his application for unfair dismissal rejected by the Fair Work Commission.
The company said the error is completely unacceptable and a clear breach of their advertising standards
Justice Rita Zammit dismissed the case, finding that if the farting occurred it "would not necessarily amount to bullying"