Darling Harbour restaurant Baia The Italian has been ordered to pay $15,000 in compensation for the unfair dismissal of an employee who complained about being allegedly underpaid.
Anna Patty is Workplace Editor for The Sydney Morning Herald. She is a former Education Editor, State Political Reporter and Health Reporter. Her reports on inequity in schools funding led to the Gonski reforms and won her national awards. Her coverage of health exposed unnecessary patient deaths at Campbelltown Hospital and led to judicial and parliamentary inquiries. At The Times of London, she exposed flaws in international medical trials.
Four out of five businesses advertising Australian jobs on Chinese, Korean and Spanish language websites are offering illegal pay rates as low as $4.20 per hour, a new audit has found.
As a young bricky, Chris Parmangos had no idea silica dust rising from the Sydney sandstone and bricks he worked with would cost him his health.
A constant flow of unpaid interns provide free accounting and finance work for businesses, raising questions about whether Fair Work laws need to be tightened.
From the age of nine, when his dad first plonked him on the back of a small calf, Mitchell Gajkowski loved rodeo life. His dreams of a career as a bull rider were crushed when he was thrown from a bucking bull aged 19, leaving him in need of full-time care.
Just 9.9 cents out of each dollar in new GDP created over the last year reportedly went into labour income.
Major Australian corporations and businesses will support a new $27 million NSW government program to help up to 6000 refugees and 1000 asylum seekers get jobs.
When Nathaniel Garang produced a medical certificate showing he should not be at work, his boss said time off work was "unacceptable".
Isobel Robertson starts to lose interest in a job she has applied for when a prospective employer takes more than one to two weeks to get back to her.
More than half of employers in NSW say they are experiencing skills shortages.