Food suppliers and sellers around the world are using blockchain technologies to ensure that what consumers buy is labeled clearly and accurately.
In the midst of the information technology revolution, Australia's productivity growth has been slowing. It ought to have been the other way around.
As unions have shrunk, conditions for workers have got worse.
Proposed changes to South African labour laws threaten to set back workers rights.
The rise of superstar companies that dominate their industries may be partly to blame for the lack of wage growth in the US in recent years. It could also suggest a solution.
While pay and profit are not irrelevant in employees’ work decisions, there are other motivators.
Minister for Finance Mathias Cormann said corporate tax cuts in the US had led to 'stronger investment, stronger growth, a lower unemployment rate and higher wages'. Let's take a closer look.
A new study explores whether how we perceive our body weight affects our prospects in the job market and at work.
Reserve Bank of Australia governor Philip Lowe has effectively ruled out an interest rate rise until wage growth tops 3%.
Two experts argue for and against government intervention when it comes to fixing low wage growth.
Brexit could erode workers’ wages and conditions, particularly if the British government deregulates employment laws and undercuts EU standards.
Hundreds of court cases show that companies are using features of timekeeping software to shortchange workers, a few minutes at a time.
The court narrowly ruled that employees who sign arbitration agreements can't bring class action suits over unpaid wages.
If the RBA continues to sacrifice its inflation target on the altar of financial stability risks, inflation expectations and our wages growth will continue to languish.
The unemployment rate is now at its lowest level in 17 years and is very close to a 50-year low. Does that mean we're at full employment?
Smaller Australian businesses are more productive than larger ones, but have disproportionately low levels of exports and wages.
The government says personal income tax cuts are needed to provide relief from low wages and high cost of living, but will tax cuts make up for that?
History tells us governments do not always get what they wish for, and in fact often perverse outcomes flow from policy choices.
On Q&A, Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry chief executive James Pearson said almost 60% of small business owners in Australia are paid $50,000 or less. Is that right?
Even with the most favourable laws, unions will still need to confront the reality of a dramatic transformation in the world of work.