The bank no longer requiring graduates to have a minimum Grade Point Average of 65 or above
Debate rages whether it’s young people’s work ethic, or plain tough times, that is to blame
Circulating a photo-shopped image of his vice-chancellor with devil’s fangs has seen one employee fired for “serious misconduct”.
The director of a textile company fleeced employees out of nearly $200,000 in worker’s entitlements, the FWO has found.
Employers in Australia’s transport industry brace for extra costs as Tribunal orders compulsory hourly and kilometer payments.
A man who was fired after making racial slurs against his Afghan co-worker has won an unfair dismissal case against Toll Holdings.
In the battle for top tech talent, software giant Atlassian tells how it got its brand out there during an international recruitment campaign
Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull says he will call a double dissolution election if his industrial relations bills are not passed.
It’s a delicate situation, but sometimes unfortunately necessary
The shock move comes as the company channels funds into new technology
A NZ company has announced the trial of a four-day working week – will this catch on in Australia?