The jobs bore me and it's all about the thrill of the chase - what can I do?
Former BP employee Scott Tracey is appealing a decision that found his sacking was fair after he used a scene from the 2004 Oliver Hirschbiegel film Downfall to parody the company during a long-running wages dispute last year.
It’s necessary to look back to move forward, writes Kristie Kellahan.
The CFMMEU Victoria has clocked up $526,900 in penalties this year for its industrial tactics on building sites.
The lawsuit increases the scrutiny of McDonald's a little over a week after its chief executive, Steve Easterbrook, was fired for having a relationship with a subordinate.
Flexible work has the potential to solve many issues that see people fall out of the workforce.
Embattled Victorian Labor MP Cesar Melhem faces penalties of more than $20,000 for conduct revealed in the trade union royal commission.
More than one in three Australians are either pessimistic or sceptical about the future of work – and that increased the older they get.
Are managers rewarding performance based on luck?
Jim’s Group is the largest home-service franchise in Australia with an annual turnover of $500 million.
A lawyer who won a case to have UK Uber drivers classified as workers has challenged a decision that Australian drivers are not employees.
The influential mining lobby group, the Minerals Council of Australia, has backed proposed changes to a controversial industrial relations bill that would see union officials and unions that breach workplace laws accrue penalty points.
Career development is one of the most common reasons why people choose to relocate.
The two unions that have been most active in bringing attention to wage theft in Australia will merge on Monday in a move that could shift Labor leftwards.
Insights into the way human body clocks work can help companies and individuals match workloads with periods of peak productivity.
Are my colleagues rude when they stop communicating with me?
An EnergyAustralia employee who was dismissed after comparing a colleague to Deepak Chopra was found to have breached the company's code of conduct and will not get his job back.
The Business Council wants criminal penalties for deliberate wage theft but the Australian Industry Group disagrees, saying heavy civil penalties are already in place.
An ambitious principal is making a big difference at a small school in a drought-hit region of NSW.
Mandating shorter hours through four-day workweeks, shorter days, or more paid leave could be just what we need to raise productivity and improve work-life balance.
The Fair Work Commission found Kris Brennan was unfairly sacked from his job and ordered Audi to pay him almost $10,000 in compensation.
The Fair Work Commission found using a mobile phone too much at work was a valid reason for the sacking, but fair dismissal procedures had not been followed.
New research finds that job seekers are finding employment agencies unhelpful and distressing.
We should not reject feedback, but learn to become good interpreters of criticism to identify the tough but valid lessons, from mere abuse.
Pasquale Parente's parents, who owned the family business he worked at, sacked him after he was late to dinner, the Fair Work Commission heard.
Workplace couples are often romanticised - think Bill and Melinda Gates or Michelle and Barack Obama. But when the relationship involves two people with unequal power, it can also be fraught with peril.
The NSW government will invest $1.6 million in helping to tackle wage theft.
Fundraising may not be recognised as a career by many, but those in the industry beg to differ.
Ann Nguyen-Orchiston wanted a career change that incorporated her Vietnamese heritage and the cooking skills she learnt from her mother.
A quarter of Qantas staff surveyed have told their employer that they have been sexually harassed by a co-worker and 15 per cent of cabin crew said they have been harassed by a passenger.