HR practitioners are amongst those who have been held liable as accessories to their organisation's breaches of the Fair Work Act
Australian jobs have a high probability of being automated in the next 10-15 years, according to research
Ever wondered why CEOs sometimes appoint and promote HR people who sprout jargon but don’t produce results? HR blogger Angela Atkins shares her thoughts on why some people can’t tell the difference between good and bad HR.
More employers are offering food at work – is this the quickest way to create happy employees?
Choosing projects that are guaranteed to fail may sound like a strange business strategy, but it’s all about thinking outside the box, according to Luxottica Asia-Pacific CEO Chris Beer.
Students at Charleston Southern University liked one teacher’s impressive beard a little too much for the university’s taste, so it fired him.
Bootcamp, breaking things and taking part in "hack-a-month" - just some of the ways in which the social media giant prepares its employees for the unexpected.
Workplace health and safety is essential, especially if your workplace is filled with wild animals. A Tenerife zoo ran a drill for a gorilla escape featuring a worker in a gorilla suit, but forgot to tell the vet that it wasn’t real.
Telstra has announced plans to reduce its workforce by 8,000 employees and contractors, as part of a sweeping reform package
In the digital age, HR professionals face a huge challenge in dealing with data – its size, quality and, importantly, the insights beneath all of it
The #MeToo movement has inspired an Australian inquiry into workplace sexual harassment