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TMF Group
The Australian Taxation Office has announced the removal of deductibility of non-compliant salary expenses and companies must act urgently before its implementation on 1 July 2019.
Cooper Grace Ward
Where a risk is foreseeable but highly unlikely to occur, employers are only expected to take reasonable precautions.
Holman Webb
Directors may be personally liable for the company's failure to pay superannuation for an independent contractor.
Coleman Greig Lawyers
It is uncertain whether employment, or independent contracting rules should apply to platform or gig-economy workers.
Surry Partners
Recent changes aim to discourage transactions which attempt to limit the amounts recovered by employees in liquidations.
Bartier Perry
A commonly overlooked, powerful mechanism to help companies achieve Hayne recommendations is an employee share scheme.
Kells
Injured employees who have been receiving workers compensation should review all their employment records.
McCullough Robertson
Article summarises proposal by Treasury to simplify and expand the current regulatory exemptions for employee share schemes.
PCC Employment Lawyers
Employers wish to limit sickies over the upcoming Easter period so we have provided some tips to protect their interests.
MDC Legal
Despite being termed a casual employee, the court found this worker to be a permanent employee and awarded compensation.
Cooper Grace Ward
Casual employees in horticulture will be paid overtime and agriculture programs receive additional funding in the Budget.
HBA Legal
This article briefly discusses some of the recent amendments to the SRC Act 1988, including Instruments and Declarations.
Cooper Grace Ward
Annual leave loading is classified as ordinary time earnings, unless the employer provides alternative written evidence.
Mellor Olsson Lawyers
Describing an employee as casual and paying a casual loading still does not guarantee that an employee is in fact casual.
Bartier Perry
Many workplace changes have not been driven by legislation, but cultural changes such as technology and discrimination.
Carroll & O'Dea
Not all accident injuries on the journey to and from work need necessarily be brought as "journey injury claims".
Herbert Smith Freehills
Multi-employer bargaining is high on the ALP's "to do" list if it wins the election, leading to speculation about the prospect of ‘industry bargaining' under an ALP Government.
Herbert Smith Freehills
The ATO's position has historically been that annual leave loading was not earnings in respect of ordinary hours of work, or ordinary time earnings (OTE) ...
HBA Legal
There was a sufficient connection to actual events in the workplace, for the employee to be entitled to compensation.
HBA Legal
Assessment via the Comcare Guide is a somewhat mechanical process that does not allow a significant amount of discretion.
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MDC Legal
Despite being termed a casual employee, the court found this worker to be a permanent employee and awarded compensation.
Kells
Injured employees who have been receiving workers compensation should review all their employment records.
Coleman Greig Lawyers
It is uncertain whether employment, or independent contracting rules should apply to platform or gig-economy workers.
McCullough Robertson
Article summarises proposal by Treasury to simplify and expand the current regulatory exemptions for employee share schemes.
PCC Employment Lawyers
Employers wish to limit sickies over the upcoming Easter period so we have provided some tips to protect their interests.
Surry Partners
Recent changes aim to discourage transactions which attempt to limit the amounts recovered by employees in liquidations.
Bartier Perry
A commonly overlooked, powerful mechanism to help companies achieve Hayne recommendations is an employee share scheme.
Holman Webb
Directors may be personally liable for the company's failure to pay superannuation for an independent contractor.
Cooper Grace Ward
Annual leave loading is classified as ordinary time earnings, unless the employer provides alternative written evidence.
Bartier Perry
The High Court will hear an appeal about the dismissal of a government employee for tweeting highly critical comments.
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