Women work better in warmer offices

Close Up Of Female Hand On Central Heating Thermostat

深圳风采投注 www.3nrs3.cn Scientists have raised the stakes in the battle of the sexes over office airconditioning by discovering women’s brains work better at higher temperatures.

Hidden problem ruining Millennials’ lives

Tired businesswoman in the office

Millennials are constantly fighting the annoying assumption they are all lazy and entitled, but they are facing a bigger issue.

Man sacked after three days sick leave

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Cancer patient Chanintorn Siri took three days off work. Soon after, his bosses made the “extraordinarily heartless” decision to dismiss him.

Man sacked by own dad for vile act

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A man has been sacked by his own dad after being caught on camera performing a disgusting act he admitted was “a big mistake”.

Millennials fooled by brutal work reality

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It’s the issue at the top of most jobseeker’s lists, and employers are using it to lure young workers — but once they start, it’s a different story.

Man sacked over epic fingerprint battle

fingerprint and access control in a office building

Aussie worker Jeremy Lee was fired after refusing to hand over his fingerprints at work. After a 15-month legal fight, he finally won.

World loses it over cops’ photo fail

Northamptonshire Police Like This Page · May 17 · Police officers have released an E-Fit of a man they wish to speak to after a distraction burglary in Vernon Walk, Northampton.

It was supposed to help track down a burglar — but instead, this hilariously botched picture has been compared to a “Lego character”.

How to travel and earn big bucks

The Monday blues weighed a little heavier than usual on Justin Hannan.

Justin Hannan managed to earn more money while travelling the world than from his office in Brisbane. Here’s how you can too.

‘Freaking hard’ worker wins lottery

Winner winner chicken dinner.

A Ballarat father has had enough of work and is planning his first overseas trip after winning the lottery. “We might even go first class,” he said.

$3.8m Ferrari stolen during test drive

1985 Ferrari 288 GTO

A rare heritage sports car formerly owned by a Formula One star was stolen in incredibly brazen circumstances.

Excuse for not claiming $3m lotto win

Instead of running straight to lotteries office in celebration, a Melbourne man took four days to collect his life-changing win.

Worker sacked after first day makes $11k

Helen Mawhinney has won legal costs from a Wellington cafe company after an earlier ruling in her favour over an unpaid trial.

A cafe worker who was wrongly sacked after a single day on the job has been awarded a staggering amount of money in damages and legal fees.

Accused sex pest sacked for ‘being a man’

Micah Bailey

A former TV station employee claims he was singled out because he’s a man after three female colleagues accused him of sexual misconduct.

Teacher sues over Trump T-shirt

TOPSHOT - US President Donald Trump speaks about tax reform during a meeting with families to discuss how the tax reform plan would affect them in the Oval Office of the White House in Washington, DC, December 5, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / SAUL LOEB

Susan Parsons says she has been the victim of harassment and death threats after being “forced” to edit high school yearbook photos.

Council worker sacked for sex vids

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A 28-year-old council worker has been sacked after it was discovered she had been selling erotic videos and photos for “a lot” of money.

Now’s the time to ask for more pay

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IT takes a certain skill to be able to successfully ask for a pay rise – but it is a skill that workers can learn, and now may be the best time for them to make sure they have it.

Dog groomer’s bizarre excuse for sick act

Pic Shows: The toy poodle; TAIWAN: Horrific footage has emerged of a pet groomer beating his own poodle puppy to death with a sandal as punishment for its constant barking.

What this man did was truly despicable and the excuse he gave was even more cold and disturbing. WARNING: Disturbing content

‘Moment of madness’: Boss spikes drink

Woman wearing denim shirt working in the office and opening plastic bottle of water

A pharmacist has faced court after allegedly putting a laxative in a trainee’s water as a “form of retribution” after she broke one rule.

Stunning find buried in old piano

The rare baseball card fetched a whopping sale price at auction. Source:

You might want to double-check your grandparents’ old piano and furniture before sending it to St Vinnies once you read this.

Outrage over ‘racist, immoral’ job ad

Cynet Systems Inc is under fire after advertising a position - open to "preferably Caucasian" applicants. Picture: Twitter

A tech company is now in damage control after a LinkedIn job posting asking for “preferably caucasian” applicants only went viral.

Russia’s ‘most beautiful female guard’

Anna Khramtsova, winner of Russian Guards beauty contest

She’s got a law degree and knows how to handle a gun “calmly” — and now Anna Khramtsova has something else to add to her resume.

Posties blasted over ‘disgusting’ video

Australia Post. Picture: Michelle Shoosmith

Australia Post has come under fire after a group of couriers were caught carelessly throwing packages on the ground in a Macca’s car park.

Handshakes ‘could be banned at work’

Successful job interview

Handshakes could be banned under new workplace rules to avoid expensive sexual harassment claims, an expert has said.

Lawyer on $180k needs a second job

Mr Li funneled his resources into creating a platform where Asian immigrants "can get information about how Australia is without having to actively ask,” he explained, something many would not do for cultural reasons. Picture: Supplied

A successful lawyer earning $180k says it is not enough to survive in Sydney. Which is why he had to find a way to double his income.

‘Manipulative’ psychologist banned

Psychologist

A “manipulative” psychologist has been banned for at least three years after having a sexual encounter with one of his patients and giving another a massage.

Gym boss’s outrageous rape comment

Gym boss investigated after ‘saying a woman should be raped for failing to turn up to class’

A man in charge of a fitness centre is being investigated for making “abhorrent” and violent comments about a woman.

Nursing home suing family of man they killed

Nursing home that killed man charging family for his bill.

A nursing home’s shocking suffocating death of an elderly patient wasn’t the last thing inflicted on the family by the aged care centre.

Professor teaches pupils to make MDMA

Cut in half, a bit of powder in the middle.

You’d be forgiven for thinking this was a plot straight out of Breaking Bad — but a university has been embroiled in a drugs scandal.

Why IBM exec got $180k payout

David Bate

Former IBM exec David Bate suffered “humiliation, loss of dignity and injury to feelings” and required medication to sleep after a company restructure.

AusPost sacks driver over video

Australia Post

Joao Oliveira “tried to do the right thing” when he saw dangerous behaviour — but Australia Post sacked him for damaging its “public reputation”.

Vegans charged in mass police operation

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Police have swooped on a group of 11 vegans overnight, weeks after they allegedly trespassed on farmland and protested for animal rights.

‘It’s inhumane’: Billionaire red-faced

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The billionaire founder of e-commerce giant Alibaba made headlines with a comment about China’s workforce. Now he’s backtracking.

Tired workers ‘like drunk drivers’

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A new government inquiry has compared tiredness to being drunk and claimed sleepy workers costs Aussies billions annually.

Worker impaled in horror accident

ONE TIME WEB USE ONLY - FEE APPLIES FOR REUSE - ***WARNING GRAPHIC CONTENT*** Sanjay Bahe, (21) from Balaghat, India, who had an iron rod pierce his head after he fell into a well at a construction site. See SWNS story SWBRrod. The rod pierced from the right temporal region of his brain to the left frontal region across the midline and the procedure to remove it took just one-and-a-half hours. Picture: SWNS/Mega

A 21-year-old tradie is lucky to be alive after a terrifying workplace fall left him with seriously gruesome injuries. WARNING: Graphic

‘#SelfieQueen’ teacher sent X-rated pics

Former New Jersey teacher admitted in court to using a school email address to send a student X-rated messages.

A female teacher faces jail time after admitting to sending graphic pictures to a male student through a school email and Snapchat.

7 golden rules for chucking a sickie

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Chucking a sickie is a time-honoured Aussie tradition, but pulling it off without detection is not as easy as it seems. Here’s what you need to know.

Leaked emails before tradie’s death

Christopher Cassaniti

Uncovered emails warned that lives were at risk before a horrific scaffolding collapse on a Sydney building site that left a teenager dead.

Employer’s interview rule sparks uproar

Stress before interview

An employer has sparked a furious backlash after she revealed the one “simple rule” she swears by when it comes to hiring people.

‘Drunk’ woman wins her job back

Sydney Australia - April 2, 2016: Early morning in Sydney, and the iconic shape of the city's Opera House stands out against a glorious pre-dawn sky .

A woman who was sacked after getting drunk and vomiting at a work event at the Sydney Opera House has won her job back.

Tradies speak out about dodgy worksites

First responders frantically try to release workers trapped beneath scaffolding after it collapsed at a Macquarie Park construction site on Monday, April 1, 2019. Picture: 10 News First

Tradies have revealed the danger and violence that unfolds on construction sites following two horror incidents at Sydney projects this week.

Qantas steward necked vodka on flight

Planes Fly At Sydney Airport As Boeing 737 MAX 8 Operations Are Suspended In Australia

A flight attendant has applied to the Fair Work Commission claiming she was sacked unfairly from her airline.

Horrifying discovery caught on film

For months, she fell ill at work. Then, police say, she watched video of a co-worker spiking her drink.

A woman felt violently ill at work for months and had no idea why, until she watched footage from a surveillance camera.

Hipster bar sacking sparks furore

Joe's Shoe Store has been slammed by staff.

A Melbourne bartender says he was sacked by owners of a hipster wine bar because he didn’t go to a Christmas party. It gets worse after that.

Worrying warnings before teen’s death

Pictured: Christopher Cassaniti celebrating 18th birthday with his parents Mother (Patrizia Punzi Cassaniti). Christopher Cassaniti died when scaffolding collapsed on him at North Ryde Pic from source: https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10155987375617385&set=pb.711732384.-2207520000.1554102850.&type=3&theater

There were hundreds of warning signs before a Sydney teenager was crushed to death on Monday, now there are calls for tough new laws.

‘It is chaos’: Grim scaffolding claims

Scaffolding

Shocking safety claims directed at the company at the centre of yesterday’s tragic scaffolding collapse were posted by a tradie years ago.

Turn three days into 10-day holiday

Woman relaxing on the yacht

By taking just three days of leave later this month, workers will be able to enjoy a 10-day mini-holiday.

Barnaby’s backstage TV tantrum exposed

Barnaby Joyce's attitude on Channel 7's election night panel was noticably bristly.

Barnaby Joyce let staff know what he thought of his on-screen role during Channel 7’s election coverage. Now he has been forced to apologise.

Roxy’s brutal advice to lazy Aussies

Roxy Jacenko and Chargrill Charlies Annandale

Roxy Jacenko doesn’t understand what’s happened to Australia, and she thinks it’s time we upped our game.

Warning: Do not open this email

ATO issues warning over scamming email.

A new tax scam is spreading across Australia, leading the ATO to issue an urgent warning. Do not click on this email.

Tradie sacked for Muslim comments

Christchurch Mourns After Worst Mass Shooting In New Zealand's History

A man has lost his job after making comments about Muslims following the Christchurch terror attack, but he insists it was an “intellectual conversation”.

‘He would fart five or six times a day’

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A Melbourne engineer who claimed his former supervisor would “lift his bum and fart” on him is still trying to squeeze $1.8 million out of the case.

$1.8m claim over ‘serial farter’

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A Melbourne man alleges his supervisor’s actions amounted to a “complex conspiracy” to “marginalise him and terminate his employment”.

Sacked for sharing massacre video

This image grab from a self-shot video that was streamed on Facebook Live on March 15, 2019 by the man who was involved in two mosque shootings in Christchurch shows the man holding a gun as he enters the Masjid al Noor mosque. - A "right-wing extremist" armed with semi-automatic weapons rampaged through two mosques in the quiet New Zealand city of Christchurch during afternoon prayers on March 15, killing 49 worshippers and wounding dozens more. (Photo by Handout / HANDOUT / AFP) / -----EDITORS NOTE --- RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / HANDOUT" - NO MARKETING - NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS - NO ARCHIVES

Kiwi workers have been fired for watching the Christchurch shooter’s lifestream at work and sharing it with colleagues

Aussie work tradition dying out

Aussie workers are swapping smoking for vaping. Picture: iStock

It’s as Australian as Tim Tams, Vegemite and chucking a sickie — but this workplace institution is finally on the brink of extinction.

Push for $43-a-week wage boost

Close-up of senior female hands counting dollar coins

Unions have called for Australia’s lowest-paid workers to get a $43-a-week pay increase after Labor hinted at tweaking industrial relations laws to drive wages up.

‘He was going to remove his trousers’

Karen Andrews, Minister for Industry, Science and Technology, told a shock story about a male stakeholder who indicated he was going to remove his pants.

A government minister had to walk out in the middle of a meeting with a male stakeholder who seemed to be about to take off his pants.

Weird stuff pizza delivery drivers see

Please put pants on when accepting your pizza delivery.

From couple’s being caught in some very X-rated situations to seriously bizarre orders, these are some of the strangest things delivery drivers have to deal with.

How many Aussies worked at Macca’s

Melbourne, Australia: April 09, 2018: McDonalds drive through and McCafe in St Kilda. McDonald's is the world's largest chain of hamburger fast food restaurants.

A huge amount of Aussies have worked at Macca’s since it first opened in the 70s, with over a million of them under 25.

$17k cost hitting families of four hard

The annual cost of raising children

Ever wondered why you never have any money? If you’ve got two or more kids, we’ve got some bad news for you.

Film exposes Australia’s dark secret

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A girl who was whipped and told to work naked by her employer has hit back with a film which exposes Australia’s sordid underbelly.

Iraqi workers ‘nothing but slaves’

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Former employees of the Iraqi Consulate in Sydney say they were subjected to relentless bullying, death threats and even physical assault by government officials.

Cop facing sack for farting and swearing

ONE TIME WEB USE ONLY - FEE APPLIES FOR REUSE - A farting woman detective asked a junior officer if he wanted an affair with a "fatter, ugly, older woman", a misconduct panel heard. Foul-mouthed Detective Constable Claire Fitzpatrick, 44, would swear using the C-word and break wind in front of other officers. But she said her behavior was part of "a culture of banter" inside her village police station. Pictured here is Claire Fitzpatrick WALES NEWS SERVICE Picture: Wales News Service/Australscope

Claire Fitzpatrick is accused of breaking wind and asking a colleague if he wanted an affair but she says it was just work ‘banter’.

Train guard sacked for penis photo

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A Sydney Trains guard told a female co-worker “when I am drunk I send naughty images” before Snapchatting her a photo of his penis.

Man sacked for taking toilet breaks

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An Amazon worker with Crohn's disease allegedly lost his job because he made too many bathroom visits. Now he plans to sue.

World reacts to Muffin Break boss

Muffin Break general manager Natalie Brennan.

The world has reacted after claims emerged from the boss of Muffin Break that Gen Y are too obsessed with social media to work for free.

The jobs most likely to kill you

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Australia’s most dangerous industries have been revealed, with analysis showing one person dies on the job every two days.

Boss mocked for morning routine

Global Sales vice president Christian Knudsen's moring routine has gone viral. Picture: LinkedIn

Christian Knudsen gets up everyday at 4.30am but that’s not what’s attracted attention.

Cop wins right to four-day week

Police tape cordoning off a area with a yellow car

A Victoria police officer has been granted the right to work four 10-hour shifts a week instead of the usual five eight-hour shifts.

Best part about four-day week

Emily Svadlenak

A year ago, this New Zealand company introduced a four-day work week. Now its employees have revealed a surprising benefit.

Uniqlo hit with $1m racism claim

Uniqlo's machines will sell heat-retaining shirts and lightweight down jackets. PHOTO: C WAGNER/UNIQLO

A former Melbourne-based Uniqlo exec is suing the Japanese retail giant, alleging she was bullied and discriminated against for not being a man of “Asian descent”.

Why you should knock off at 3pm

Image of businessman leaving office building

A Melbourne boss says slashing working hours to just six a day is more than an impossible dream — and could even be the key to success.

Bill limiting super rort to cost AMP

AMP Generics

AMP will lose up to $30 million a year if a bill is passed forcing the wealth management company to hand over 370,000 superannuation accounts.

New way porn stars are raking in cash

Dani Daniels

Valentina Marie used to work at a salon earning less than $300 a week. Now the 27-year-old rakes in more than $1400 a day.

Barrister’s spray at ‘sexist’ male lawyers

Joanna Hardy

A fed-up female barrister has told her male colleagues to stop “behaving like they’re on a stag do” and making jokes “about breasts and skirts”.

Man’s horror death in sulphuric acid tank

Daniel Hill

A factory worker has died after falling into a tank of sulphuric acid, leaving him “completely submerged and 100 per cent covered in burns”.

Female pilot sacked after two weeks

Capain Zoe Kotnik Picture: US Air Force

Captain Zoe Kotnik became the first female pilot to lead the US Air Force’s Viper team last month. A fortnight later, she was asked to leave.

KFC pays breastfeeding mum $2.1 million

KFC order to pay $2.1 million for stopping employee from breastfeeding

A KFC franchisee has been ordered to pay $2.1 million to a young breastfeeding mother for the shocking way she was treated.

Reason woman rejected from 1000 jobs

Sad reason deaf woman knocked back from 1000 jobs.

A woman in northern England says she has been knocked back from 1000 jobs for a cruel and discriminatory reason.

Hidden devastation in innocent video

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When Nigel Simmons filmed his wife and daughter playing in the rain two weeks ago, he never thought the situation would turn into despair.

$30k payout after ‘black b**tard’ gaffe

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A radio newsreader’s on-air use of the words “great big black b**tard” to describe Michael Jackson’s father “did not amount to a racial slur”.

Staff told to wear ‘skimpy outfits’

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Former Topshop employees claim they were asked to wear “skimpy” outfits when billionaire owner Philip Green inspected stores.

Bikini baristas battle bare butt ban

Bikini baristas

How much “anal cleft” is one allowed to show while at work? That’s the question one Washington state court is trying to answer.

Worker wins $9k for a day’s work

Helen Mawhinney

A cafe worker has been awarded nearly $9000 in compensation after she worked a full shift only to be told afterwards it was an “unpaid trial”.

Coles manager’s creepy ‘whispers’

Coles Rickie Lee

A creepy Coles manager liked to stand “within 10cm” of young female staff members, touch them inappropriately and whisper “good evening” into their ears.

Worn-out doc branded ‘emotional female’

Dr Yumiko Kadota has shared her experience as a junior doctor. Picture:

Junior doctor Yumiko Kadota has detailed the ugly side of becoming a surgeon in Australia and the horror workload that broke her.

Pub empire underpaid staff by $100k

The Henson Hotel

A Sydney pub chain has paid out more than $100,000 to 31 workers who say they were underpaid on a “regular and systematic” basis.

Prime real estate going to waste

Why isn't Chick-Fil-A open during the Super Bowl?

A fast food chain has a concession store at the stadium hosting the Super Bowl but there’s just one problem.

Facebook post ends in $250k lawsuit

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Six years after an admin worker accused a group of students of racial discrimination, she’s admitted the legal bill has become too much.

Pub tsar denies ‘tantrum’ over staff pay

Justin Hemmes

Billion-dollar pub empire Merivale has apparently cancelled its annual staff party, in what workers see as retaliation for a fair wage decision.

Why would any woman sign up for this?

Greens

You’re called a sl*t or an ugly cow, your appearance is criticised and rape threats are par for the course. Welcome to life as a female politician.

Man’s drastic revenge over unpaid $1080

Shocking footage showed the angry worker repeatedly driving into the glass entrance of the venue on the same day builders had finished working on it.

This is the shocking moment an outraged builder slammed a digger into a brand new hotel after claiming he hadn’t been paid his wages.

Man sacked over cheeky Macca’s order

Mcdonald's Big Mac. Fast food. Takeaway.

A Sydney man has lost his job after a cheeky Big Mac and nuggets order came back to bite him.

Bar owner accused of racist ban

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The owner of a well-known Darwin nightspot has been accused of racism and underpaying his staff by tens of thousands of dollars.

Billion-dollar pub empire’s wage whinge

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Justin Hemmes’ billion-dollar pub empire Merivale isn’t happy about having to pay its young staff the wages they’re entitled to.

Backlash to bar’s low-cut top demand

An employee of the Amplifier Bar posted on social media about her dismay at the change in uniforms.

A Perth bar manager has backed down after threatening female employees to find new employment if they wouldn’t wear low cut tops.

PM abandoned: ‘They’ve all gone now’

Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison drinks a beer during the match between Roger Federer of Switzerland and Stefanos Tsitsipas of Greece on day seven of the Australian Open tennis tournament in Melbourne, Sunday, January 20, 2019. (AAP Image/Lukas Coch) NO ARCHIVING, EDITORIAL USE ONLY

The exit of yet another woman from the Liberal Party was a blow for Scott Morrison. But it could get a lot worse for the Prime Minister.

Macca’s worker gets smoko payout

Picture of the logo of food chain McDonald's, taken in Caracas on September 2, 2018. - McDonalds closed down several of its restaurants in Venezuela. Venezuela's economy has collapsed into chaos under President Nicolas Maduro since 2013, with falling oil prices leading to chronic shortages of food and medicine and hundreds of thousands of people fleeing the country. (Photo by Federico PARRA / AFP)

A McDonald’s worker who broke her leg after falling from a ladder she’d climbed for a quick smoke break will receive a payout.

How student lost hundreds to fees

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A survey of more than 3500 young Australians reveals nearly half don’t know how super works and could be paying up to $1200 in fees through default super funds.

Teachers ‘at the end of their tether’

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Difficult kids, abusive parents, endless admin and less actual teaching. No wonder almost half of new Aussie teachers quit within five years.

Solution to Australia’s $18b problem?

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It’s a common problem around the world that costs us billions in lost revenue. But some companies are coming up with innovative solutions.

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