Archived News for Human Resource Professionals - January, 2022
The architect of Queensland's crime and anti-corruption watchdog has been tasked with reviewing it.
Donation sources obscured
Visy magnate Anthony Pratt has topped the latest political donations list.
Safe Work shows harassment stats
Authorities have released new data and resource on workplace sexual harassment.
FWC rules on Menulog claim
The Fair Work Commission has ruled food delivery riders and drivers must be paid under the same rules as other truck and van couriers.
Psychics strike less than guesses
An extensive study has found that allegedly psychic predictions are correct about 11 per cent of the time - less frequently than random guesses.
Deloitte offers holiday switch
Deloitte is letting its UK staff take public holidays whenever they want.
Woodside to exit Myanmar
Woodside has withdrawn from Myanmar almost a year after the nation’s military coup.
PS honoured on Jan 26
Sixty-four public servants were among 1,040 Australians recognised in Australia Day honours this year.
Sims reflects on tenure
Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) chair Rod Sims will soon leave his position.
Teacher return questioned
The Australian Primary Principals Association (APPA) warns bringing back retired teachers may not be enough ...
Compo swindle fails
A Victorian man’s “greed” has led to a fine for attempting to game the compensation system.
Qantas seeks to scrap deal
Qantas has been accused of using the COVID-19 pandemic to kill workplace agreements with international flight attendants.
Report shows power digs
New research shows new investment in the resource sector is overwhelmingly focused on electrification minerals.
Rio moving on Mongolian mine
A $10 billion Rio Tinto-linked project in Mongolia appears to be back on track.
Medicare systems bring risks
Australia’s outdated Medicare billing technology could open the door to dangerous and expensive mistakes, a new report says.
MS buys embattled gamer
Microsoft is buying Activision in the video gaming industry's biggest deal yet.