HRD reveals the most dangerous jobs in Australia and how much the country’s most fearless workers get paid
It is alleged Sovereign Hill ‘fell well short of its duty of care to provide workers with a safe workplace’
Organisations should embrace the use of psychometric assessment to improve their health and safety cultures, according to practitioners in the field.
Companies are being urged to consider the effects of Australia’s ageing workforce on their business, as the ageing process will increasingly come to bear on employees’ injury-related claims.
There’s few things in a quiet office environment more irritating than a colleague with an annoying or shrill voice disrupting the work flow – but could a loud voice actually damage a worker’s hearing? One government employee says yes.
A Florida man whose genitals were damaged while working at a temp job is suing the staffing company that sent him there.
Research backed by St John Ambulance Australia paints a dire picture of organisational readiness in responding to first aid.
A $275,000 fine for a Victorian boat company and the death of an independent contractor reinforces the need to exercise due diligence in workplace health and safety management.
There are two mistakes that employers often make when handling bullying complaints made during the disciplinary process
The FWC found the employee’s dismissal was not unreasonable and the fact that he was bipolar was “not a mitigating factor”
It’s unrealistic to ban all relationships but HR should be prepared in case things turn sour