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ALP pledges new tribunal to rule on 'wage theft'; Where the major parties stand on D&I; and more

A new jurisdiction to deal with underpayments will be established if Labor wins the election on Saturday, opposition leader Bill Shorten has announced. Meanwhile, the major parties have revealed where they stand on workplace diversity; new-hire pay rates have increased slightly; and more. » more »





The problem with STEM-focused autism programs

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Workplace programs aimed at creating employment opportunities for people with autism are focusing unduly on limited roles within STEM arenas, according to a talent acquisition specialist. Meanwhile, a pilot study into recruiting people on the autism spectrum has found a modified strategy more beneficial than traditional selection processes. » more »




'Long, exemplary' record disregarded in dismissal; Why leaders should be self-disruptive; and more

A long-serving employee could have avoided dismissal had she been honest about drinking on the job, the Fair Work Commission has ruled. Also in this article: the five characteristics of self-disruptive leaders; organisations lack change-readiness; and more. » more »