With only three months to go until the "right to request flexibility" kicks off with the other National Employment Standards, more than four in every five employers are under-prepared and at risk of failing to comply with the new rules, a survey reveals.
The Australian human rights law framework doesn't cater for employees who have been wronged at work, according to high-profile discrimination claimant Christina Rich. She says corporate and individual leaders can play a role in reforming workplace culture, but the broader system needs to change.
A software company is attempting to "raise the bar" in its partnerships with third-party recruiters, imposing strict guidelines for the candidates they refer and setting the price it will pay for their service.
Leaders who use language to create "a future so vibrant that people are eager to bring it about" can spark "dramatic gains" in employee and business performance, according to the authors of a new book.
From exercises in the park to gruelling, Survivor-style workshops on a tropical island, a major Australian employer is boosting staff morale - and its "competitive advantage" - by investing heavily in the fitness of its workers.