Employment contracts & conditions (136 items)


Start-ups demanding HR specialists; Wage tool caused major underpayments; and more

Demand for HR specialists who understand global and emerging workplace issues is heating up, according to new research. Meanwhile, the Federal Court has found a wage tool discriminated against employees to the tune of $100 million; an employee has won only nominal damages in a long-running bullying case; and more. » more »




Paranoia holding back flexible work; and more

Employees fear being "out of sight, out of mind" when working from home, and tend to over-compensate with extra emails and communication, new research shows. In other HR news, employers are being urged to take a structured approach to managing DV; Millennials are largely unbiased about male and female leaders; the Victorian Government has vowed to introduce portable long service leave; and more. » more »




Webcast: Executive, medical and misconduct terminations

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Some dismissals are guaranteed to be more complex than others, and require up-to-the-minute knowledge of legislation and case law. Watch this webcast to understand the key issues in executive, medical and misconduct terminations, and how to manage them. » more »