Labour market (234 items)



HR salary predictions; Inclusive language; and more

Senior HR business partners can expect to receive the biggest salary increases this year, while change professionals are also in prime position to demand higher pay, a report shows. Meanwhile, new research has found employees feel unsupported to upskill, Diversity Council Australia has released tips for more inclusive communication, and more. » more »


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 »



Just 1% of stop-bullying applications succeed; HR pros highly engaged; and more

The Fair Work Commission granted fewer than one per cent of stop-bullying applications in 2015-16, according to its annual report. Meanwhile, research shows HR professionals are far more engaged than other employees; employers are now struggling less to fill positions; and organisations are failing to properly manage travel health. » more »




New employees paid more than existing staff; Avoid the 'merit trap'; and more

Employers are back to offering higher salaries to lure new employees, new market research shows. Meanwhile, a study has found work-life balance is now the most important job factor for every generation; organisations are warned to avoid the 'merit trap'; the S-x Discrimination Minister has outlined three priorities; and more. » more »