Archived News for Human Resource Professionals - July, 2019
Bundaberg Regional Council has been accused of starting its own propaganda channel.
Libs accused of burying allegations
Two former NSW Liberal staffers have made public assault allegations ...
Airservices class action crashes
Airservices Australia’s former managers have lost hope of a class action to claw back millions in extra pay.
Crown slammed for China links
Gambling giant Crown has been criticised for alleged links to Chinese crime syndicates.
Fine for bullying failure
A NSW tradesman has been fined in relation to the bullying of young workers.
HILDA shows income decline
The HILDA survey suggests conditions are not improving for most Australians.
Anonymised data unwound
Researchers say it is becoming easier to identify individuals from anonymised data.
Centrelink data-matching again
Centrelink will do more data-matching to find suspected welfare fraud.
Complex tax deprives Africa
Experts say Australian miners have shifted about $1.1 billion in profit out of Africa in just one year.
Skipped meals common on Newstart
A new survey finds 80 per cent of Newstart recipients have to skip meals.
ACCC wants eyes on tech giants
The ACCC has proposed more scrutiny of tech giants Facebook and Google.
Nissan needs big cuts
Nissan Motor Co is cutting 12,500 jobs after its quarterly profit was nearly wiped out.
NSW defends CUC spend
The NSW Government has defended education grants that its own treasury finds “unlikely” to provide value.
RBA boss explains intent
Reserve Bank governor Dr Philip Lowe has reiterated the value of targeting consumer price rises.
Extortion charge for former mayor
Former Ipswich mayor Paul Pisasale posed as a private eye and attempted to extort the former partner of a Brisbane escort.
PMC head replaced
Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet secretary Dr Martin Parkinson is stepping down ...
Adani's finances raise concern
Experts have picked apart Adani’s corporate structure and warned it is at risk of collapse.
Internship scheme "failing"
Young jobseekers are reportedly being paid just $4 an hour under a federal government internship program.