So you snagged your dream job. And it quickly became the stuff of nightmares, filled with mundane tasks and drudgery. What can employees and employers do?
Josh Frydenberg says he will bring down a “pandemic budget” on Tuesday, warning that despite Australia's strong recovery, there is “still a great deal of uncertainty out there”.
Young and successful entrepreneurs get the attention, but they are the exception, not the norm.
We're told jobs requiring science and maths skills are growing faster than others. But industry reports also highlight human skills will be more important in the age of automation.
Despite bleak employment outlooks, college graduates can take some simple steps to boost their chances of finding a job, a veteran career services counselor says.
South Africa is producing an oversupply of graduates in fields that don't support economic growth.
Nursing homes have struggled through COVID-19 deaths and lockdowns. Giving nurses more quality time with patients can help them win back trust.
A review of some cases offers a window into why very few civil sexual harassment claims make it to trial.
Those who have been laid off during the COVID-19 pandemic have experienced a loss of control. Here's how some of them dealt with it.
A year of working from home has become normalised for many jobs. We're now learning a great deal about its effects on the workforce and our lives.
Working 95-hour weeks are the result of a culture that has melded two obsessions: top employers and gratifying the self.
Ghana's early lockdown strategy impacted an already vulnerable working class.
Despite repeated pledges to improve diversity, data and industry testimony shows that there are fewer people from minority backgrounds getting jobs in the film and TV industries.
It's important to get the figures right to know if we are truely out of any recession, or if we need further stimulus to help get more people into work.
The government has released the latest Tax Office breakdown of the numbers coming off the program, amid concerns its end in late March will see a rise in unemployment.
With the COVID-19 pandemic making inequalities worse, has the time come to make sure all interns are paid?
Graduate programs can be rich in scholarship and still prepare students for real-world careers.
New guidelines take a broad definition of who can apply for a religious exemption to vaccinations. A lot will hinge on what constitutes 'undue hardship' to the employer.
South Africa's economic recovery plan must focus on at least three areas: protecting vulnerable populations, supporting the vulnerable sectors and external trade diversification.
Nearly half of formerly incarcerated Americans remain jobless for at least a year. But there are some creative solutions to this problem.