Does intellectual freedom mean academics can say what they want in whatever way they choose? Tim Anderson had a win this week, but a judge must still decide whether he was wrongfully dismissed.
The president is asking the Federal Trade Commission to ban or limit their use as part of an executive order promoting competition.
Australia’s COVID vaccine rollout has now reached people of working age. Here’s what you need to know about taking time off for your shot and if you’ll get paid.
Thousands of workers at meat- and poultry-processing plants have contracted COVID-19, and hundreds have died. A legal scholar recommends ways to make their jobs safer.
The vast majority of US workers are deemed “at will,” which means they can be fired at any time, without notice, and for any reason.
Barrett has written 15 opinions in cases involving employment law that offer a window into her nuanced approach to disputes between workers and employers.
In a 7-2 ruling, the Supreme Court said that teachers at a Catholic school performed religious duties and were not protected by workplace discrimination laws.
With more people working from home post-COVID-19, what are the privacy implications of employers using spyware to monitor worker activity?
Conducting interviews over Zoom from your own home can add extra anxiety to an already-stressful act.
The law has been developing rapidly in places like Ireland and France. UK employers need to watch out.
Inclusion riders can improve employment for women and minorities on film sets by calling for quotas. New research suggests this form of discrimination could be legal in Australia.
Doctors who won’t perform abortions on religious grounds may have stronger legal protection and may not be compelled to refer women to an alternative provider. Here’s why that’s bad news for women.
If your job doesn’t currently involve automation or artificial intelligence in some way, it likely will soon. Computer-based worker surveillance and performance analysis will come, too.
Despite the hard evidence of the excellent benefits of gender, racial and other diversity on research teams, public criticism on the benefits of equity and diversity programs still exists.
What makes Folau’s case unique is that it sets up a clash between employment contract law and legal protections against discrimination on the basis of religion.
Comic contracts can meet all the requirements for contracts to be legally binding.
Family day care workers have much in common with home-based workers in the garment industry. But the latter are classed as employees, resulting in better representation and protected work conditions.
As the workforce ages, it’s important to celebrate age diversity. We challenge five myths about older workers.
Many vulnerable workers aren’t covered for work-related injuries and illness. Employment law is largely a federal matter while compensation schemes are state-run, but there’s a way to fix the problem.
Insurance company Suncorp refused to hire a man due to his prior convictions relating to child pornography. The Australian Human Rights Commission the employer discriminated against the man.