The Fair Work Commission is responsible for much of the gap between male and female wages, a landmark study has found.
High-profile cases have attracted massive public attention but not much has changed inside the average Australian office.
Thousands NSW Health workers including former employees who have worked as casuals have won the right to include that time towards their long service leave entitlements for the first time.
Psychopaths aren't simply jerks or bullies — they must meet a certain set of criteria.
Thousands of American Airlines flights are in jeopardy after an IT glitch allowed too many pilots to take time off over Christmas.
it could be a handy tool for monitoring and improving service, or an insidious program aimed at scaring workers.
It is striking how often the word innocent seems to get used to excuse egregious behaviour.
Cyber security specialists are in demand more than ever.
Dozens of migrant workers face losing?their homes as authorities move to shut down suspected illegal boarding houses operating in Tamworth.
The prenuptial agreement governing the marriage of the nation's militant construction and maritime unions will preclude the sharing of legacy multimillion dollar legal fines that may eventuate from the building union's court battles.
A national class action will be launched on behalf of thousands of Australians who have been allegedly paid well below the legal minimum wage for door-to-door sales and charity fundraising.
Despite global efforts to cut inequality, the gap between rich and poor has widened.
Training can be life-saving but awareness is still growing.
Work program promotes independence and a sense of achievement.
How the company behind your supermarket meat churns foreign workers to keep costs down. A Herald investigation.
Bidders for the company grappling with sexual harassment claims include female-led investors from private equity, venture capital and Hollywood, seeking a major overhaul of its culture.
Even after 25 years at the helm, Big hART's Scott Rankin continues to make the invisible visible.
Unless our hand is forced, there may be better times of year to make the move successfully.
What if there was one day of the year, a kind of Christmas for people who care about language, in which offices around Australia required that staff stopped using corporate buzzwords?
Holidays mean checking out from work, right? Apparently not for everyone.
Streets factory workers have voted to end to a public boycott of the brand's ice creams after employees forged an agreement for better working conditions with its multinational owners.
Thousands of Woolworths warehouse workers have won substantial wage increases, defying the recent trend of sickly wages growth, by using the old-fashioned method of threatening a pre-Christmas strike.
In a bid to lift women pilots in Australia, Qantas boss Alan Joyce has committed to a goal of at least 50 per cent women in its pilot cadet intake in a decade's time.
Former Health Services Union leader Kathy Jackson faces a trial that will run for up to three months and feature 90 witnesses, a court has heard, but she appears unlikely to face a jury until 2019.
Khristina McLaughlin is seeking $53 million from Macquarie Group and her former boss in a sexual harassment complaint.
There are now seven companies on the ASX200 with no women on their boards - and those that are refusing to move on gender diversity are being punished by shareholders.
The first time international student Amy (not her real name) was sacked from a job was when she was too busy with her studies to work more than 20 hours per week as required by her boss late last year.
A landmark study has found wage theft is endemic across Australia with a quarter of international students and a third of backpackers earning $12 or less per hour, around half the legal minimum wage.
Former union leader and one-time whistleblower Kathy Jackson has pleaded not guilty to misappropriating about $500,000 from the Health Services Union for her own personal expenses, and been committed to stand trial.
NSW Business Chamber calls for an overhaul of the education system amid employer concerns that students are not being prepared well enough to tackle the modern workplace.