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The Fair Work Commission has ordered the Australian Workers' Union to back down on a bargaining ultimatum that it found was based on an irrelevant grievance, breaching good faith bargaining obligations. » more »
Providing employees with greater autonomy and specific training in 'ideation' sets the groundwork for innovation, say the people leaders at an organisation embarking on a new chapter. » more »
An employer has successfully defended dismissing an employee for supplying illicit drugs in the workplace, security breaches and possessing porn, despite his claim its procedures were flawed. » more »
Procrastination among managers is becoming more common as a result of new technology and ways of working, leading to employee frustration and "deviant" behaviour, a Deakin Business School researcher says. » more »
Chatbots can successfully improve employee experience and reduce HR's workload, while also encouraging ideas for workplace engagement strategies, according to a Gartner expert. » more »
An employee who sent numerous texts to a colleague calling him "toy boy" and referencing molestation has failed to convince the Fair Work Commission he shouldn't have been sacked for harassment. » more »
An employer has avoided stop-bullying orders after the Fair Work Commission found it was "proactive" in responding to workplace bullying allegations. » more »