Archived News for Human Resource Professionals - January, 2020
Two big firms have abandoned their controversial use of supply chain financing.
PM faces colour-coded questions
The Prime Minister has dodged questions about the ongoing ‘sports rorts’ scandal, as new details deepen the dodginess.
Tate emerges almost unscathed
A corruption probe has investigated the alleged interference in council decisions on the Gold Coast.
Victoria AG wants OAM rescinded
Victoria's Attorney-General has called for Bettina Arndt to be stripped of her Order of Australia award.
Climate costs loom
Economists say Australian living standards will slip due to the cost of a changing climate.
Christians fight health bill
Religious organisations are fighting moves to make gay conversion therapy a crime in Queensland.
Health leaks questioned
Legal experts have criticised the Federal Government for releasing highly sensitive medical records to police ...
Big bank grift trial continues
More charges could be on the way for a former Commonwealth Bank clerk accused of illegally moving $2.4 million out of a customer's account.
Ex-minister lands at Boeing
Former defence minister Brendan Nelson has received a plum posting as president of Boeing Australia.
Westpac gets new chair
Westpac has placed veteran banker John McFarlane in charge of dealing with a giant money-laundering scandal.
Councils want intent retained
Queensland councils are urging the state government to listen to them, as it prepares new conflict of interest laws.
Homicide charge over dam collapse
Homicide charges have been laid over a dam disaster last year that killed more than 250 people.
New details on $80m water deal
New documents raise new questions about an $80 million water deal involving a government minister.
Ties cut over Adani bus deal
A Great Barrier Reef conservation group has cut ties with Greyhound over an Adani contract.
Call for smoke constistency
Unions and business want more guidance on bushfire smoke at worksites and offices.
Report calls for female force
A new independent national taskforce is tackling the significant deficit in the numbers of women studying engineering.