Ten former Fair Work Commission members, including outspoken critic Graeme Watson, retired early within months of qualifying for a full pension at the age of 60.
ATO and unions prepare to put down their weapons after three years of workplace conflict.
Fair Work inspectors have raided more than 80 businesses in NSW in response to complaints of rampant underpayment of young workers.
Australia Post employees are unimpressed with the size and conditions of a new annual bonus that has trickled down from the company's richly rewarded management levels.
AMP Capital has weighed into the debate about executive pay, saying big bonuses shouldn't be given to executives with average performance for matters that are 'business as usual'.
There is more to income inequality than the famed 1 per cent versus the 99 per cent or standing chief executive officers next to average workers.
Woolworths chairman Gordon Cairns is among a number of ASX 200 leaders who have thrown their support behind quotas.
Government says increasing the minimum wage is "not an efficient way to address relative living standards or the needs of the low-paid".
Retail and convenience store workers who have been underpaid can't claim back the superannuation they should have received.
Consumer groups and independent policy analysts have broadly backed the Productivity Commission proposals to change the default superannuation system.
Last year, two leading economists described a future in which humans come out ahead. But now they've declared a different winner: the robots.
Iceland this week became the first country in the world to introduce legislation requiring employers to prove they are paying men and women equally.
Consumers are increasingly seeking value for money and expecting lawyers to be competent users of technology.
Retailers are asking for the minimum wage to be increased by less than the inflation rate a month after winning a reduction in Sunday penalty rates.
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Almost one in five young people have fewer hours of work than they want, with underemployment in the youth labour force at its highest level in 40 years.
Every years millions of Australian workers miss out being paid their superannuation by their bosses. A federal inquiry is looking into why and how to stop it.
The once high-profile PR agency whose management played a part in former prime minister Kevin Rudd's high-profile "Kevin07" federal election campaign, failed to pay its staff superannuation, a federal inquiry has been told.
For eight years, the Zammit twins arrived at work an hour early so they could be home in time to pick their children up from school – freeing their working wives to get them off to school.
Extortion, blackmail, cash back scams and slavery are happening every day under our noses.
One of Australia's largest chicken processors plans to reduce wages for its contract labour by almost 40 per cent.
The executive responsible for managing $34 billion of investments in Westpac's wealth management business, Martyn Wild, left the company abruptly on Friday following a series of allegations about inappropriate behaviour towards two female staff.
A career spanning law, technology and entrepreneurship has helped develop leadership skills.
A new union of hairdressers is gearing up to fight a threatened clip to their weekend penalty rates, with Newcastle hairdresser Melanie Coombs saying they already get "paid peanuts".
Predictive text is supposed to be one of those nannying helper apps designed apparently to make life easier for us.
Working with ancient mummies and skeletons is more than just a curiosity.
A mental health expert is behind a health app for taxi drivers to test drive.
Volunteers play a vital role in keeping boat users safe in the water.
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