The Sydney rail strike will go ahead on Monday after a last-minute deal to avoid strike action fell through
What types of employee behaviour are serious enough to justify summary dismissal?
As another unfair dismissal case ends in favour of the employee, it may be time to take a closer look at your investigation procedures to ensure the integrity of due processes is being upheld.
There are only a few days left to claim the Super Saver discount on registrations for the National HR Summit 2013.
Would an employee’s criminal conviction for domestic violence be grounds for dismissal? You may assume their off duty behaviour automatically influences their work life – but a new court ruling says otherwise.
If your end of year offering ain’t what it used to be, it hasn’t gone unnoticed. Budgets may be tighter and the orders are coming from the top – but it pays to fill staff in on the reasons why.
Requiring an employee to work on a public holiday is an unpleasant reality for many employers throughout Australia this holiday season – what are your rights if they refuse?
Dubbing a practice ‘un-Australian’ is something that is bandied around a lot – but a ban against calling colleagues and patients ‘mate’ has ruffled a few feathers.
Where do you start when you are developing a work health and safety (WHS) system? Alan Girle provides his top WHS tips for employers