Subscribe to HR Daily's free HR news, or become a premium member to access all articles, live webinars and on-demand webcasts.

LEGISLATION & REGULATION

JobKeeper direction overturned; Case law wrap; New wage theft bill

The Fair Work Commission has on appeal overturned a ruling that it was reasonable to direct both permanent and casual employees to work the same minimum hours each week while receiving JobKeeper. Also in this article, orders for a former HR manager; new rulings on redundancies, dismissals and more; and another state introduces 'wage theft' laws.

Read more »

BULLYING, HARASSMENT & MISCONDUCT
PREMIUM

Mishandled dismissal costs employer more than $1 million

An employer's poor handling of s-xual harassment allegations has cost it more than $1 million in damages some 20 years later. » more »

BULLYING, HARASSMENT & MISCONDUCT
PREMIUM

Out-of-hours conduct damaged employer's reputation, justified dismissal

An employee who was sacked for misconduct that occurred while he was off duty has failed to convince the Fair Work Commission his dismissal was unfair. » more »

LEADERS & EXECUTIVES
PREMIUM

Webcast: Emotional intelligence and the road to recovery

Emotional intelligence is set to play a major role in the success (or otherwise) of organisations navigating their recovery from the COVID-19 crisis. Watch this webcast to understand what science says about leadership behaviour. » more »

Latest headlines