An optimistic, resilient worker is what every manager wants. Can it be taught?
Obama's new overtime rules will be a big win for workers, but they could also give a boost to companies and the economy.
Unable to produce high-quality, meaningful results in their paid work, people are increasingly looking to satisfy this need in their leisure time.
Dress codes in the workplace have a long and complicated history for women – especially those in corporate life.
The path to employment is not easy for a young person. Follow the lines in our flow chart to see the many different pathways young people might have to take to secure a job.
Even though union membership has dropped to just 15%, unions still have an important role to play in ensuring that workers have meaningful input into how their workplaces are run.
Employees who admitted to being emotionally manipulative in a survey may also be perceived as being emotionally intelligent in their workplaces, a study has found.
GPs are worried that the WorkCover claims process worsens patients' health and are encouraging them to not pursue it, a study has found.
Programs that aim to prevent violence against women through gender equality at work are facing opposition from leaders who don't see it as a workplace issue.
Email has been around for many decades and its death has been predicted many times. Love it or hate it, we still need it for communication at work and in our private lives.
Employers need to move beyond promoting mental health to preventing psychological harm at work.
Australian discrimination laws offer some protection for employees wanting to disclose their mental illness, but it doesn't make the decision any easier.
A survey has found more reports of discrimination than positive treatment of job seekers with a mental illness.
New data shows Australians are spending more on mental health services and with costs to business in the millions, it's time employers realised good mental health is good for the bottom line too.
Want to work in a startup? You need to weigh up the risks with the benefits.
Laughter really is the best medicine for a wide range of problems at work – from dealing with tension to identifying workplace conflict.
You wouldn't feel so confident about claiming you weren't good at reading, so why is it okay to be openly negative about mathematics?
Why asking potential employees “how many golf balls could you fit in a school bus?” won't get you the best staff.
We often think of posture as a physical thing – but our minds play a crucial part too.
China's aviation industry is bucking the global economic slowdown. But the women that fuel it are facing burnout.