Let me explain (and please accept my apologies in advance â€“ this doesnâ€™t end well for employers).
The biggest HR problem facing employers is not the law, or the ineffectiveness of the misleadingly-named Fair Work Commission, or even employees themselvesâ€¦
Now is the perfect time to take some very simple steps to ensure HR â€“ and business â€“ success during the year ahead.
Holdenâ€™s announcement that it will close its Australian operations in 2017 comes as no surprise to HR practitioners.
I often hear from clients that they wish their employees had a better understanding of what they deal with and would offer them more support.
Many employers â€“ particularly those running small businesses â€“ are becoming increasingly frustrated with the lack of flexibility provided by the Fair Work laws.
The Fair Work Commission (FWC), has published its 2012-13 Annual Report. It certainly makes for interesting reading, and by interesting, I actually mean deeply disturbing.
Weâ€™ve all been there â€“ weâ€™re right in the middle of a face-to-face conversation, when without warning, they look down at their mobile phone and begin mindlessly scrolling.
Getting ready to host your companyâ€™s annual Christmas Party? Here are some helpful hints to ensure your event is merry in all the right ways.
From 1 January 2014, most Australian employees will be eligible to lodge workplace bullying claims directly with the Fair Work Commission (FWC)