Browsing: Remuneration, benefits & recognition (306 items)
The Federal Court has found an employer threatened employees with repatriation to "intimidate them into silence", knowing they would put up with below-award rates and conditions.
Remaining an employer of choice in a pandemic comes down to "common sense" strategies, not "tricks or shiny things", according to the HR leader of this year's 'best place to work'.
- One in two employers reinventing flexibility programs
- Who's moving between senior HR roles?
- News in brief: HR tech developments
Widespread remote working has the potential to pit employees against each other, while employers wait for workplace laws to "catch up", lawyers warn.
The "complex role" HR plays when setting board pay and putting forward remuneration proposals is coming into the spotlight, an expert says.
Employers providing "complete flexibility" for employees to work the hours they want still need visibility and good record-keeping, or they risk breaching modern awards, an employment lawyer warns.
Employers now embracing the 'anywhere workforce' trend to access a wider talent pool have important considerations to factor into remuneration decisions, says Robert Half director Nicole Gorton.
It was "grossly unfair" to give an HR executive a short timeframe to consider a retirement offer, but he was the "unfortunate victim" of a restructure rather than adverse action, a court has ruled.
Organisations that fail to pay female executives on par with men are "shooting themselves in the foot", according to new research that sheds light on the extent and impact of gender pay gaps.
- Underpayments a "complete affront" to modern award integrity
- Contracting appeal hinges on new High Court rulings
- News in brief: Qantas mandating vaccinations; DEI 'perfect score'...
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