Men are still sitting pretty when it comes to pay in the workplace.
Equity-based awards can form a large part of an employee's overall pay. A new report shines a light on how women are being left behind when it comes to stocks and options.
This week’s landmark legal decision opens a can of worms for television networks.
A landmark ruling that ordered the Seven Network pay a reality TV star compensation could have far-reaching implications for other productions and workplaces.
Many gig workers are vulnerable to work-related accidents, so what can be done to ensure they are insured for injury and illness?
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.
Red tape is just the start of Australia’s workers compensation problems.
Prime Minister Tony Abbott’s “biggest bonfire of regulation in our country’s history” will allow some organisations to opt out of state compensation schemes and instead operate under the Commonwealth’s…
People who have a stressful experience gaining compensation after being hospitalised for an injury have a poorer long-term…
Australian workers who suffer psychological injuries at work are less likely to claim workers’ compensation for GP visits…