Workers can open doors, login to computers and buy lunch with the embedded technology – but is it a step too far?
The government in South Korea is giving employees the right to apply for reduced work hours and stay in their jobs longer
The government in Brazil may be easing immigration rules to attract more foreign professionals into the country
One in three Australians admit to having lied to their employers about their career credentials in order to get a job.
Samsung Electronics announced that it would keep a close watch on its suppliers in China, after a US-based group accused them of violating labour law
The International Labour Organisation (ILO) warns that the youth unemployment situation across the globe may get worse
An employer/union dispute continues to rage, with the company releasing a letter which sends a clear message to those manning the illegal blockade – their workers are on their side.
A survey has found that 17% of global banking organizations have ‘clawed back’ compensation payments made to employees
A steady decline in the number of jobs ads has analysts convinced the unemployment rate is due for an increase, but there may also be more insidious reasons at play.
Australian supermarket chainColes endured an embarrassing PR crisis last week following an ill-advised job advertisement posted by one of its sub-contractors.
An Australian Tribunal has shone the spotlight on the scope of employer liability in cases of employees being injured on coffee breaks.