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An employer was entitled to direct a white-collar employee to undertake a dr-g test after allegations he was slurring and swaying at work, the Fair Work Commission has ruled.
An employer has defended a novel adverse action claim involving a casual employee, a stop-bullying application, and mandatory vaccinations.
A 'springboard' program and 'always on' approach to career conversations are helping a tech employer shift the dial on its gender diversity, its people leader says.
Employers are coming into the "second phase" of crafting a new workforce dynamic post-COVID, where the main focus is on employees' development and careers.
Australia's corporate employers are now so focused on short-term strategies for winning the war for talent they risk stifling their long-term recruitment and retention plans.
An employee is claiming she suffered a compensable psychological injury after reporting her manager for serious misconduct and then continuing to work under him, fearing that he knew.
An employee has failed to convince a court her employer was involved in organised crime and discriminated against her because she was "white, non-Muslim, female and mature".
Employees' opinions in the context of COVID-related decisions are even more relevant than usual, due to their unique insights into workplace issues, according to a prominent safety lawyer.
An employer has updated its social media policy to specifically address posts made anonymously or under a pseudonym, after a "trolling" employee prompted an investigation into its practices.
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