Company allegedly sent workers to clients for manual labour but paid them nothing
The employee has been urged to file an application for unfair dismissal with the Fair Work Commission
A government agency is suing the Construction, Forestry, Mining and Energy Union for entering a building site without authority.
A recent internal bulletin at the ATO has detailed the legal consequences of employees who are found to have given false information to secure a job.
The end of the compliance period is looming for employers and employees to ensure that they are ready for the government’s new system for managing self-managed super funds.
Qantas has made a submission to the Productivity Commission which could prevent unions from disrupting business operations by speaking out about industrial action before employers are officially notified.
Most employers know the definition of 'bullying behaviour' is hazy at best. Michael Michalandos outlines exactly where this confusion lies and what employers need to be wary of.
Following the reinstatement of five NRL players involved in cocaine abuse allegations, legal expert Andrew Farr offers advice for employers in similar predicaments.
The restaurant described the allegations as “unacceptable”
Fatalities don’t necessarily represent the big picture on workplace safety
Where do you start when you are developing a work health and safety (WHS) system? Alan Girle provides his top WHS tips for employers