A Darwin taxi driver says many of his colleagues are only making $50 to $80 for 12 hours' work since Uber came to town.
Employees at a New Zealand company behind an innovative trial of a four-day working week have declared it a resounding success, with 78 per cent saying they were better able to manage their work-life balance.
Menopause is one of the last great taboo subjects in the workplace but its impacts are great — and it's time we talked about it. It can increase women's dissatisfaction with work, absenteeism and desire to quit their jobs, writes Ruth McPhail.
A school holiday program aims to inspire a new generation of mining experts amid a skills shortage in the industry.
A fourth-generation apprentice butcher defies her family's wishes to show that women can cut it in the meat industry.
While job interviews are a great opportunity to showcase your abilities, they can also present some pretty awkward moments — up to and including your interviewer's apparently soulless demeanour. But don't worry, there are some simple tricks to help you nab the role, if you even want it.
A high-ranking government bureaucrat was moments away from posting a job advertisement when her HR department told her it had failed a "gender decoder" test. So what makes a job ad masculine or feminine?
Malcolm Turnbull's suggestion that "too many kids do law" has merit. But a law degree offers much more than legal training, writes Rosalind Dixon.
As a schoolgirl, Clare Sheng was determined to stay out of the family alteration business. Now the one-time pharmacist is taking it to new heights.