We talk to three HR professionals about the merits of omitting personally identifiable information on CVs
An accountancy firm discriminated against a long-term employee on the grounds of a mental disability, the Fair Work Ombudsman has found.
Stricter laws with higher penalties against errant employers of foreign workers took effect last Friday
At locations throughout Australia, a national service station operator has been fined $46,200 for underpaying more than 200 employees – what went wrong?
HR is sometimes the meat in the sandwich: there’s a need to protect employees from bullying, but also a requirement to provide fairness to the alleged bully.
Finding a lazy million dollars in the budget for back-pay is the stuff of nightmares – maybe even a Hollywood plotline. But that’s exactly what has happened at one Sydney-based company.
New survey findings have revealed a staggeringly high number of employees do not participate in the health programs on offer – could Canadian companies be in a similar boat?
Rising youth unemployment could cause Asia to follow in the footsteps of Greece and Spain
Singapore’s travel and hospitality sector is looking for new ways to attract young workers into the industry
Changing the payroll system is nothing short of a nightmare for any organization – the Queensland Health department has resorted to offering loans to staff left short.
An employee who was dismissed for being too overweight and at risk of a cardiac episode has had his job reinstated by the Australian Supreme Court.