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
With many businesses now operating with global mindsets, Lisa Robson takes a look at what's happening in the HR profession, both locally and abroad.
A CSIRO worker has been denied his request for reinstatement, following his resignation after using a company car to go through a fast food drive-thru.
Workplace relations minister Bill Shorten intends to introduce new laws governing the rights of pregnant women at work and increase flexibility with parental leave.
A new online application helps people find red flags on their social media pages, starting with Facebook, but is it a bad thing for HR?
Peter Forbes writes that HR tech endors can expect more scrutiny and demands of their application integration frameworks as organisations become more sophisticated about their integration requirements.
A contractor south-west of Melbourne has flown foreign workers into a construction site via helicopter – he says the site has been blockaded by unemployed workers.
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"