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Markus Mannheim edits The Public Sector Informant and writes regularly about government administration and policy.
Markus Mannheim, Michael Inman Australian spies illegally coerced a man into speaking with them and failed to inform him of his rights, a tribunal says.
Markus Mannheim A court has paved the way for a public servant who criticised the government on Twitter to be sacked, even though she didn't reveal her name or her job to readers.
Markus Mannheim The federal bureaucracy must learn to deal effectively with unmotivated and incompetent staff, a series of reviews has found.
Markus Mannheim Most people are unaware religious schools can sack teachers who are gay or who have children outside of marriage, a survey says.
Markus Mannheim The federal bureaucracy continued to grow earlier this year despite the toughest crackdown on spending in more than a decade and at a time when many agencies were retrenching staff.
Markus Mannheim A PUBLIC servant who was injured while having sex during a work trip has won compensation after a five-year legal battle.
Emma Macdonald, Markus Mannheim The secret papers that detail how Australia Day honours are allotted will remain suppressed after a court ruled the public had no right to access them.
Markus Mannheim Australians have a high level of trust in governments to protect their personal information from misuse, a survey has found.
Markus Mannheim Cuts to public service budgets are fuelling bullying within the federal bureaucracy, a union says.
Markus Mannheim The federal bureaucracy's army of contractors and temporary employees deserve greater rights to ongoing work, the public servants' union says.
Markus Mannheim Of women who work overtime in the public service, only half are paid for it.
Markus Mannheim Most female public servants work overtime but only half are paid for the extra work, a new survey suggests.
Markus Mannheim A bank manager who tried to kill himself rather than face a meeting to discuss his branch's performance has won a three-year court battle that could dramatically affect how workplaces treat their...
Markus Mannheim The federal government reported losses of almost half a billion dollars in 2009-10 through fraud, mostly rorts of welfare benefits.
Markus Mannheim The secrets behind how Australia Day honours are selected will remain a mystery.
Markus Mannheim The secrets behind how Australia Day honours are selected will remain a mystery after a tribunal ruled the Governor-General's office was right to suppress them.
Markus Mannheim Australia's privacy watchdog will gain the power to fine businesses if they fail to protect customers' confidential information, under proposed laws to be unveiled this year.
Markus Mannheim Australia's privacy watchdog will gain the power to fine businesses that fail to protect customers' confidential details, under proposed laws to be unveiled this year.