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SafeWork NSW has issued a reminder to NSW businesses to work safely with ladders after one worker was killed and four were seriously injured in falls over the past two months.
A labour-hire company has back-paid 13 workers a total of $240,600 after they did not receive their termination entitlements at a mine in Western Australia’s Pilbara region.
Mental and stress related disorders such as depression, anxiety and burnout account for a large percentage of all work-related health problems.
The Australian Industry Group (Ai Group) welcomes the SA Government's initiative in job creation and the Job Accelerator Program.
Where do we look when we're developing new ways to improve the quality of our products and reduce their cost?
What exactly is this British breakfast cereal that's got everyone in a tizz?
Compared to many other industries, manual workers have higher odds of developing neck problems.
The Australian Industry Group Australian Performance of Manufacturing Index (Australian PMI®) edged up a further 0.8 points to 51.8 in June to remain above the 50-point level separating ...
Women and industry workplace settings aren’t a common picture that comes to mind.
A new National Minimum Wage comes into effect from the first pay period on or after tomorrow, July 1.
Australia's manufacturers remain upbeat thanks to an uptick in home building activity and the lower Australian dollar, although the surge in confidence of late last year is abating, ...
Company culture, an elusive and often overlooked and undervalued concept.
Labor is right to seek ways to reverse the slide in apprenticeship numbers but its proposal for quotas on government-funded infrastructure projects needs to be considered with caution, ...
Innovation is critical to Australia's economic transition and forms an important part of our national economic plan.
The Fair Work Commission’s decision to increase minimum and award wages by 2.4 per cent means a heavier burden for employers operating in an economy in transition, the Australian ...
The latest workers compensation data released by the State's workers compensation authority shows a significant fall in death and injury rates in NSW workplaces.
When it comes to workplace safety, physical safety is usually on the agenda.
New data shows that wages continue to grow more slowly than they have in the past, but the headline result does not tell the full story, the Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry ...
Your star salesperson has been consistently topping thier budgets and receiving fantastic bonuses for two years. Now your sales manager has decided to fly the coup.
The recent announcement regarding change to the small business tax rate and the change in the eligibility threshold from $2 million turnover to $10 million has been applauded by ...
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