The former national secretary of the Health Services Union is currently facing legal proceedings over allegations that she misappropriated more than $1 million of union funds.
Research by one of the ‘Big Four’ has revealed that a large majority of employees would leave a company involved in corrupt business – what can be done to earn employees’ trust?
Labor leader Bill Shorten is due to appear before the Royal Commission into Trade Union Governance and Corruption early next month to address claims that the AWU engaged in corruption under his leadership.
Prime Minister Tony Abbott suggested at a conference last week that employers should be able to employ certain individuals without pay in a new take on unpaid work experience.
The Employment Minister has said that the success of a union drive for access to companies’ financial information could be “disastrous” for employers.
Minister for Employment Eric Abetz is set to dismantle some of the work done by Bill Shorten earlier this year, focused on stripping unions of power.
What types of employee behaviour are serious enough to justify summary dismissal?
The Sydney rail strike will go ahead on Monday after a last-minute deal to avoid strike action fell through
Where do you start when you are developing a work health and safety (WHS) system? Alan Girle provides his top WHS tips for employers