More than half of Australia's young adults have done unpaid work as part of an internship or a job trial raising questions about the need for greater regulation of unpaid work.
A major Australian accommodation chain has been ordered to help make a $300,000-plus payout a worker sexually assaulted by another employee at a company hotel.
A bid to by energy company AGL to force workers at its Gippsland power plant to work overtime to ensure the site can operate fully has been dismissed by the industrial umpire, as the relationship between the company and the union further deteriorates.
ASP Commissioner treats himself to a $9000 taxpayer-funded office makeover.
If someone running a business knew their future capacity to do so depended on ensuring they paid the correct wages, that might just give pause for thought.
Hundreds of workers at one of Australia's largest power plants will have their pay drastically slashed by up to 30 per cent.
There are too few career guides offering advice on how to become the invaluable second string or to obtain an office that is not in the corner, or indeed on the top floor.
In the weeks after Roger Ailes was ousted as the chairman of Fox News in July, amid a sexual harassment scandal, company executives secretly struck an agreement with a longtime on-air personality who had come forward with similar accusations about the network's top host, Bill O'Reilly.
No more taxpayer funded "exercise shoes" for public servant.
Kindergarten teachers prepare to welcome the next generation of learners.
Skateboarding isn't the first career option many parents would have encouraged their children to pursue but times are changing.
Community engagement starts early in progressive places.
In a world where The Economy is king and The Market is god, should hospital patients become known as "consumers"?
It hasn't been a great time to be a man without a job. The jobs that have been disappearing globally, like machine operator, are predominantly those that men do. The occupations that are growing, like health aide, employ mostly women.
If 2017 is the year you leave a job where you are miserable, whatever you do, suck it up and plan for a graceful exit.
It's Thursday, January 5, and the nation's top business leaders have likely already made more money this year than the average Australian will make all year long.
An oversupply of doctors is expected to emerge in Australia this year prompting the federal department of health to call for the importation of overseas medicos to stop.
Ford's decision to can a planned factory in Mexico stems more from its long-term goals than Donald Trump or devotion to US workers, analysts say.
Want to work from home more this year to spare yourself the lengthy commute to the offices? Here's some tips to make it work
Employees pining for a shorter, six-hour workday just got some bad news from a trial in Sweden closely watched globally.
Business leaders have renewed their push for reform as they ponder some of the new year's biggest issues at the sailing regatta.
An employee who was sacked after being filmed in an "aggressive" road rage incident while using a company car has lost a battle to get his job back.
As of Monday, French employees no longer have to deal with work emails at home. Will other nations follow suit?
Thousands of retail and hospitality employees are being paid reduced wages under so-called "zombie" agreements that were struck during the WorkChoices era, an analysis suggests.
For foreigners working overseas, one country pays almost double the global average.
Is it time to ask for a raise, or to look for a new job? Or do you just want to be happier where you are?
Christine Guzara is among thousands of injured workers who will be cut off the NSW workers compensation scheme this year despite it posting a record $1.4 billion surplus.
Bakers Delight workers in Victoria, some on $8 an hour, are being kept on an outdated contract from the unpopular WorkChoices era that drastically reduces weekend penalty rates.
When Kenan Toker enrolled to study electrical engineering he thought it was a growth industry with plenty of job opportunities. He was badly disappointed.
Robot K-2SO is the undisputed star in Star War's latest installment , outacting the actors - a sign of things to come in our automated economy?