Recruitment (520 items)






Employer cleared of disability discrimination; Upskilling efforts too narrow; and more

An employer that sacked an injured worker for being unable to perform the inherent requirements of his role has successfully defended a discrimination claim. Also in this article, a report predicts a "difficult" transition for many workers as automation bites; overly broad attraction efforts are increasing hiring costs; and more. » more »


Employees' harassment reporting fears justified; Costs awarded in unfair dismissal case; and more

More bystanders are witnessing s-xual harassment, but their desire to act has "decreased significantly", major research shows. Also in this article, an employer has won costs against a manager it sacked for breaching IT policies; skills shortages are worsening as hiring expectations rise; it's R U OK? Day today; and more. » more »




Casual conversion requests clarified; Being out at work improves performance; and more

The Fair Work Commission has rejected employer requests to amend the casual conversion clause set to come into effect in most modern awards on 1 October, but it has provided some important clarification on how it operates. Also in this article, most LGBTIQ+ employees remain closeted at work, lowering job satisfaction and wellbeing; tattoo discrimination is a thing of the past; internal promotions lack rigour; and more. » more »