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
The Fair Work Ombudsman has alleged that workers recruited from China to dismantle a press at the former Mitsubishi site in Adelaide were paid as little as $1.90 an hour.
A government payroll administrator in the UK has been sentenced to two years in prison after claiming a dead man's expenses.
Cotton On has back-paid 3,289 of its employees a combined amount of more than $278,000 after it was discovered the company had failed to pay staff for attending training out of working hours.
Poor application of shared services was to blame for Queensland Health’s much maligned payroll debacle, according to corporate advisory firm Ovum.
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The global credit crunch was merely a blip on the radar compared to the severe implications of a skills shortage to Australian businesses.
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"