The impact of unplanned absenteeism in the workplace is much greater than the actual financial cost of wages
HRD talks to an HR leader about the practicalities of animals at work
Legislative changes appear to be having the desired effect, with studies showing awareness of bullying and discrimination increasing.
HR professionals are routinely called upon to deliver bad news, and are also expected to provide follow-up support. This can range from informing colleagues of a team member’s death, a restructure, redundancies and salary freezes through to misconduct issues or performance issues. But what are the wrong and right ways of communicating bad news?
Qantas’ announcement of major job cuts is a sign a broader issue facing Australian workplaces. Where do you stand?
A new report has revealed the key trends in employment, and found that discrepancies in candidate background checks are on the rise.
Resignations are a part of life, but it’s sad to see star employees go. Here are some of the key signs that indicate a staff member is looking to leave.
The world of work is constantly evolving – what trends will affect how we interact with colleagues and commute to the office in the coming years?
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