This week's headlines;

  • A third of companies in Australia have no women in key management jobs.

  • Big data could be a big problem for workplace discrimination law

  • Tattoos and piercings the ‘norms’ for employees

  • Chicken dance not grounds for dismissal

  • White-collar eavesdropping will cure itchy feet

  • Slow wage rises show Australia's industrial relations system is working

  • Business raises the case for workplace laws change

  • Labor accuses PM of hiding workplace reforms because of Victorian poll

  • Talk not cheap: Cutting down chat will create big savings, say ATO public servants

  • Fortescue Metals Group admits drug use by workers an issue for mining company

  • Is this the ultimate flexible workplace?

  • Fact check: Is workplace discrimination against older people costing $10 billion a year?

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