BHP has acknowledged that it wrongly deducted annual leave from its employees' entitlements for over a decade ...

Crown Resorts has reached a settlement with AUSTRAC to pay a $450 million penalty for violations of ...

A $250 travel card for regional NSW students and apprentices is under review.

The Fair Work Commission has raised minimum award rates, triggering some concerns over inflation.

The NSW Government has outlined a pay freeze for politicians and the public service to cover a pay rise for frontline workers.

The Albanese Government is considering a ban on high-risk uses of AI.

APS employees at the lowest pay levels may receive a special salary increase to address pay gaps within the public sector.

An inquiry will probe the use of consultants within the NSW public service.

The Department of Defence’s management of health services for the Australian Defence Force has been criticised.

Businesses are gearing up to oppose the Albanese government's gig worker laws.

NAB has been ordered to reveal payroll data after allegations of discrimination.

Comcare has released ‘good work design’ resources for managers and supervisors.

Authorities are investigating claims that union figures have intimidated Indigenous firms.

The Australian Defence Force (ADF) appears to be facing funding reductions while buying big from overseas.

A court has found ‘contributory negligence’ played a role in a hospital worker’s injury.

The WA Government is launching what it says is a global best practice IP policy.

The Federal Government's in-house consulting service could launch later this year.

A former police commissioner will review security measures at Centrelink Service Centres following a stabbing incident.

AFP investigators are looking into PwC, while PwC staff still work in AFP offices.

A recent incident has ignited a clash between unions and Woodside Energy, and raised concerns over worker safety.

Experts are calling to regulate the alcohol industry’s influence on health policies.

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