The franchisee was fined $77,708 for falsifying wage records of migrant workers
'Young workers, including apprentices, are often not fully aware of their entitlements'
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?
An employer who fails to accommodate an employee’s breastfeeding needs could face a costly discrimination claim.
An employer has been ordered to pay a sacked worker who refused to join an office team building exercise.
'Under the pressure of escalating demands, most leaders adopt a command-and-control style of leadership with their team'
HRD talks to Greg Barnier or ICG about why HR must balance the commercial side of the business with the people side
A new report looks at New Zealand's latest office trends, highlighting disruption in both the fixed-term and flexible office sectors