HR research, reports & books (880 items)


Procedural deficiency didn't undermine misconduct dismissal; Conversion rights extended; and more

An employee's dismissal for misleading clients was fair despite his employer's lack of prior warnings, the Fair Work Commission has found. Also in this article: rulings on complaints management and s-xual harassment; casual conversion rights extended; the most important skill for the future of work; and more. » more »






$35k costs order after HR "extortion"; Workplace learning demand boom; and more

The Federal Circuit Court has ordered a sacked HR coordinator to pay $35k in costs, after he unreasonably refused his former employer's settlement offers. Also in this article, recent adverse action and redundancy decisions, workplace learning needs to double, and more. » more »




HR salaries up in 2019; Healthy behaviours when returning to work; and more

HR professionals in most states can expect higher salaries in 2019, with Queensland well in front of the pack, according to a new global salary survey. Also in this article, maintaining health and wellbeing when returning from holidays, how age diversity impacts retention and profit, and more. » more »