The study found that workers overwhelmingly expect their jobs should better contribute to both their financial and personal wellbeing
A former senior employee claims she was fired after calling out on their alleged discriminatory practice
New research has revealed that fatal heart attacks decline amongst all workers when workplaces go smoke-free.
It has been a jam-packed year for HR – from sweeping legislative changes to ongoing debate about performance reviews and navigating the challenges of working alongside social media, 2012 hasn’t seen a dull moment.
After making the headlines for all the wrong reasons, the national scientific and technology organisation, the CSIRO, has rolled out training initiatives to comply with orders from Fair Work.
Australian business women believe male-dominated referral networks are one of the biggest barriers to their success, a new survey has found.
Restraint of trade clauses continue to be a difficult contractual clause to get right, and it pays for HR professionals to apply due diligence in negotiating the fine print.
If you’re teetering on the edge of sanity as the year comes to an end, with more on your to-do list than time to do it, it’s time to take stock of what’s really important.
More than 400 HR professionals and a robot gathered in Sydney yesterday to discuss emerging HR technology and the future of work
The media organisation was found to have frequently underpaid or failed to pay for duties performed at the company
Digital transformation is not new and it’s having an impact on all areas of business, including recruitment; however, while some people are fully engaged in this disruption, others are not