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Article contains a link to a podcast where 3 lawyers engage in an in-depth discussion about managing sick & injured employees.
The podcast discussed the case of Comcare v Banerji and the implied right of political communication for public servants.
By Fabrice Empeigne
When drafted properly, position descriptions can be an invaluable tool for both employers and employees.
Article contains a link to a podcast where 3 lawyers engage in an in-depth discussion about flexible work arrangements.
Episode 2 discusses genuine redundancy in an unfair dismissal claim, to supplement the book by PCC Employment Lawyers.
Episode 1 of this podcast series is about casual employment law, from "An Employer's Guide to Australian Employment Law".
By Jacob Reddie
This update includes recent legislative amendments and judicial developments affecting employment law in Australia.
By Jacob Reddie
Employers wish to limit sickies over the upcoming Easter period so we have provided some tips to protect their interests.
By Brian Powles
Recent case demonstrates what an employer should NOT do when terminating an employee.
By Alison Freeman
Article discusses the new family and domestic leave provisions and highlights practical considerations for employers.
By Jacob Reddie
Article highlights that underpayment by employers to employees is not necessarily criminal wage theft.
By Jacob Reddie
Can an employer suspend an employee, charged with a serious criminal offence for conduct that occurred outside of work?
By Brian Powles
The FWC held that the employer lacked a reasonable basis for refusing an employee request for flexible work arrangements.
By Brian Powles
Part 2 addresses other situations where terms may be incorporated, such as other extrinsic documents or representations.
By Brian Powles
Further developments since recent decision that found a Foodora driver to be an employee rather than an independent contractor.