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All In A Day's Work: A Landmark Decision On Personal/Carer's Leave Entitlements
The Full Federal Court has handed down an important decision about personal/carer's leave entitlements under the Fair Work Act 2009 (Cth) (Act).
Australia
18 Oct 2019
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What is silicosis in relation to claims for workers compensation?
Silicosis, an incurable lung disease, is most common in people exposed to high levels of silica dust over a long period.
Australia
17 Oct 2019
3
SBS not liable for stress claim by hairdresser
Due consultation and communication with the applicant over a period of time, meant the process was conducted reasonably.
Australia
12 Oct 2019
4
Federal Court rules in major personal/carers leave dispute
The Court clarified how personal/carer's leave (sick leave and carer's leave) entitlements should be paid and accrued.
Australia
7 Oct 2019
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Similar facts in workers compensation claims?
The case shows a trend in the way of litigating claims for psychological injury, which makes defending them more onerous.
Australia
2 Oct 2019
6
It does not have to be pristine – verdict for mining company in slip and fall incident
The case illustrates that all work has danger and employers are entitled to manage, instead of eliminating, some risks.
Australia
2 Oct 2019
7
Expert business guide to the gig economy and the casualisation of the workforce
This guide summarises key recent cases to provide some guidance to business on the challenges of the gig economy.
Australia
30 Sep 2019
8
No liability to pay compensation for Ted (aka psychiatric assistance dog)
Evidence for the dog did not fit definitions of medical treatment, an aid or appliance, so compensation was not payable.
Australia
30 Sep 2019
9
Duty of care: Victorian WorkCover Authority v Asixa Logical Outcomes
The claim was settled on the morning of the trial, but it proceeded to decide the apportionment between the defendants.
Australia
30 Sep 2019
10
Are employee claims always crystal clear? If not…what do you do?
If faced with an incoherent claim, an employer can ask the court to strike the claim out or order the claimant to amend it.
Australia
26 Sep 2019
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Comcare v Banerji - Another piece in the Codes of Conduct puzzle
The Banerji decision supports employers who seek to protect their reputation from being undermined by employee conduct.
Australia
21 Sep 2019
12
The privilege against self-incrimination in regulatory investigations
An employee could exercise a right to the common law privilege against self-incrimination in a workplace investigation.
Australia
20 Sep 2019
13
High Court rules on social media and free speech
Employees can have opinions, but they should consider contractual and/or statutory obligations before posting online.
Australia
20 Sep 2019
14
Service Not Required to trgger an entitlement to leave and the importance of the fine print
This recent mining case again raised the often confusing issue of leave accrual in the case of absence through injury.
Australia
19 Sep 2019
15
The importance of putting evidence to a witness in cross-examination
Parties must understand that if expert evidence is based too narrowly on a specific estimate, it is susceptible to attack.
Australia
19 Sep 2019
16
Employment Law and Workplace Relations Monthly Update - In the media, in practice and courts, cases and legislation
This update links to media releases, reports, cases and legislation relating to employment law and workplace relations.
Australia
 
13 Sep 2019
17
Employee claimants can face cross claims from employers
Employers have successfully filed cross claims against employees after an employee filed a claim against the employer.
Australia
13 Sep 2019
18
Woolworths escapes prosecution after loading dock tragedy
WorkSafe has announced that it would accept Woolworths' bid to enter an Enforceable Undertaking in lieu of prosecution.
Australia
9 Sep 2019
19
Key changes to modern award annualised salaries
Non-complying employers could be exposed to underpayment claims with penalties for breaches of the modern award.
Australia
5 Sep 2019
20
High Court says no entitlement to workers compensation for sacked public servant
Employees can have their own opinions, but their social media activity must not conflict with their employment duties.
Australia
2 Sep 2019
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