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An employer and two directors have been fined $225,500 for underpaying an employee and then producing false documentation to the Fair Work Ombudsman in a "brazen" cover-up attempt.
The proportion of employees who regard their team as inclusive has remained stable, but managers have some work to do, new research shows.
A month of meditation can reduce an employee's stress levels by a third, research shows, but barriers remain to normalising mindfulness as part of wellbeing programs.
The performance management process that preceded a senior employee's dismissal was "ham-fisted and disrespectful", the Fair Work Commission has ruled in awarding him nearly $24k compensation.
One in 10 unfair dismissal applications the Fair Work Commission received recently referred to COVID-19 vaccinations, a parliamentary inquiry has heard.
Three key mentoring trends have emerged over the past 12 months, and there's one trait that sets apart 'great' mentors from those who are just 'good', new research indicates.
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An alcohol policy recommended for a harassment-prone workplace is part of a "comprehensive approach to work health and safety" that every employer could consider, a lawyer says.
Carers' benefits were seen as a "nice to have" before the pandemic, but they have become essential in the new world of work, an employee experience specialist says.
A major employer's vaccination direction has been ruled lawful but unreasonable, after it failed to properly consult with its workforce.
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