The City of Sydney has become the first local government organisation to monitor and publicly report on gender pay equity
From 1 December 2018, employers will need to make a genuine attempt to reach an agreement on flexible work arrangements
Unions may have power in the workplace, but they are not above the law, says one Federal Court judge.
Yesterday’s beneficial union agreement might be tomorrow’s headache, as one leading food retailer is discovering.
When made to a Commonwealth agency, an employer's reference can be accessed by the person being commenting on.
Following a $12,500 fine to a construction industry employer, a court has warned that eliminating bullying is a duty of care under common law.
Labour hire companies are subject to unfair dismissal laws and cannot ‘hide’ behind the ultimate employing entity, according to the Fair Work Commission.
Are employers legally bound to accommodate for the dietary requirements of their staff?
There's some anger emanating from your staff base
Requesting a doctor's note from an employees can be a tricky subject - from both a legal and personal-privacy perspective
51.9% of Australian businesses allocate more than $1,000 per employee on a total L&D budget