HR research, reports & books (818 items)





$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 »


HR consultant claims age, disability discrimination; Bargaining system 'collapsing'; and more

An HR consultant is claiming his former employer discriminated against him by favouring younger workers and sacking him while he was unfit for work. Also in this article, the key to stopping the collapse of enterprise bargaining, C-suite leaders' top concern heading into 2019, and more. » more »


HR "red flags" for corruption, misconduct; Regulating the future of work; and more

Certain HR practices allow corruption and misconduct to flourish, a new report warns. Also in this article, regulation proposals for the future of work, illegal questions in job interviews are still common, and more. » more »