It is time to cast off the shame, the lame excuses and to stop hiding behind the clutter of that messy desk
Anna Patty is Workplace Editor for The Sydney Morning Herald. She is a former State Political Reporter and Education Editor.
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NAB manager Sally Collins was furious when she was told she could not do her senior management job part-time.
A state government plan to abolish the Industrial Relations Court will make access to justice more difficult, a leading industrial lawyer has warned.
Apprenticeships can provide valuable social support and improve the mental health of young people making the transition from school to work, new research has found.
The operators of a popular Haymarket restaurant have been fined almost $300,000 for paying workers as little as $11 an hour.
Narcissists prefer to work within a hierarchy where they know they can rise to the top - even if it isn't the best way to manage the business, new research suggests.
Periods of regular casual employment will now be counted towards redundancy entitlements as the result of a Fair Work Commission ruling.
A group of former Sydney airport duty free employees have complained the National Union of Workers abandoned them at a time when the union's former officials and employees were questioned about the use of union credit cards to buy tens of thousands of dollars in personal shopping items.
Sydney hotel owner Harry Hunt has no problem paying his staff Sunday penalty rates and says it would be short-sighted to cut them.
NSW Transport Workers Union boss Michael Aird returned to work on Thursday after stepping aside in late April in response to allegations against him which he claims were politically motivated.