Employee rights stories
Can AI solve wage theft problems better than workplace regulators?
The stigma around AI may also mean those employers are missing an opportunity to get ahead of the dramatic changes coming from the amendments.
Putting employee wellbeing at the very core of every company
Employee experience has moved further into focus recently and now sits comfortably at the center of many forward-looking organisations’ plans.
Avoid employee underpayment woes with better planning and forecasting
Accurately paying people for the hours they work is only part of the issue. You also need to be able to plan for the future.
Multinational firms face global HR challenges
Global firms struggle with complex local labour laws, TMF study finds.
Generic recognition won’t win over employees, study shows
Aussie firms fail in staff praise, hurting motivation - study reveals.
Why ANZ workers feel their role is changing due to digital transformation
Aussies, Kiwis fear job loss from tech advances; a Skillsoft study finds a stark need for digital skills.
Why middle management needs a rebrand - Hays
Hays champions middle managers as vital to business success, urging skill development and empowerment.
Mumba & RITEQ aim to use SaaS to drive employee engagement
Mumba and RITEQ announce strategic partnership to offer integrated solutions to organisations in Australia and worldwide.
Air NZ soaring high for third consecutive year as NZ’s most attractive employer
Air New Zealand soars as NZ's most attractive employer for the third year, wins sixth overall title.
Digital transformation drives demand for tech professionals across NZ
New Zealand experiences significant demand for technology, transformation, product management, and digital marketing professionals as customer experience takes center stage.
NEXTDC introduces policy to support victims of domestic violence
NEXTDC has announced that it will be offering paid leave for victims of domestic violence, and urges other companies to do the same.
Sponsorship: The key to better leadership programmes?
While there are plenty of leadership programmes available for women, those programmes don’t generally work on their own.
Three ways to improve mental health support in the workplace
Lack of mental health support in the workplace could cost businesses millions, warns CoreHealth Technologies CRO Dr Tyler Amell. Proactive measures and tools are needed to prevent productivity loss and absenteeism caused by poor mental health. #workplacewellness #mentalhealthsupporthttps://bit.ly/3shLwLj.
Court rules retail chain must pay employees for all hours worked
Smiths City Group had been refusing to pay employees for the ‘optional’ pre-work meeting for years, but has finally been called out in court.
Microsoft CEO in hot water over gender-gap karma comments
Last week, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella sparked controversy when he said women shouldn't ask for pay rises.
LA Noire employees demand credit
30 Aussie development staff that worked on the game have been left off the in-game list of credits.