HRD speaks to a prize-winning head of HR about how he uses platforms like Instagram for reward and recognition
In Australia today, men still earn more than women in every industry and across all occupations
A Northern Territory Government employer has vowed to review the case of a firefighter whose claim for cancer compensation was rejected, despite recent legal changes expanding cover.
Is it possible to have a ‘fair and reasonable’ dismissal process for an employee who isn’t actually in the office?
Bill Shorten has announced measures his party plans to implement in order to reduce corruption in Australia’s trade unions.
An expert in migration law outlines the ‘reasonable steps’ employers must take to ensure they are not breaching immigration legislation.
Sarah Thapa outlines how Australia's immigration system might help facilitate the Prime Minister's Innovation and Science Agenda and explains what it means for business.
Are lump sum allowances the best way to handle employee relocations? Sharon Swift outlines why they may not be the wisest approach.
The Attorney General has announced sweeping changes that will affect the way that HR professionals treat candidates who are pregnant
Transformative HR technologies are expected to take centre stage next year. What will you be focusing on in 2018?
Sometimes, the kindest thing to do is to tell employees the harsh truth – even if they don’t want to hear it