Archived News for Human Resource Professionals - November, 2021
Australia's Future Fund has been criticised for investing in companies linked to Myanmar's military.
Killing stations could save lives
Retiring the world's worst power stations could save six million lives.
Men tire of gender talk
A survey has found that half of men in corporate Australia are fatigued by gender equality.
New hub for critical digs
Australia's first “critical minerals hub” has been slated for the New South Wales Central West.
Parliament probe tabled
A review into workplace culture at Parliament House has been handed to government.
Westpac preps for big fine
The corporate regulator has launched multiple legal cases against Westpac on “widespread compliance failures”.
BHP buyout progressing
A deal to form one of the biggest energy companies in the world has been signed off.
Big home shift studied
NBN Co and CSIRO have issued a report on Australia’s big ‘work-from-home’ experiment.
CAT scheme urged for new cuts
Experts are working on better ways for countries to collaborate on carbon credits.
Endometriosis costs jobs
A new report finds women are losing their jobs at a high rate due to endometriosis.
Warning over FSANZ shift
Experts warn that Australia’s food standard system is being taken away from health authorities.
Academy head pledges economic effort
The next president of the Australian Academy of Science has been selected.
Macquarie's EU moves detailed
Leaked emails reveal aspects of Macquarie Bank’s involvement in a giant international money scandal.
Tudge wants uni boost
The Federal Government has a new plan for universities to boost their bottom lines.
Councils back GP campaign
Queensland councils want a focus on attracting more doctors to regional areas.
Labor makes contract pledge
Labor says it would introduce a “same job, same pay” policy for the public service, if it were in power.
New deal for NSW works
NSW councils have secured a new agreement to reform the infrastructure contributions system.