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The changing world of work: Is flexibility the way of the future?
The article considers decisions and policy developments in a trend towards more flexible work, workers and workplaces.
Australia
10 Aug 2018
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VICTORIAN LABOUR HIRE LICENSING ACT PASSED
The Victorian Parliament passed legislation implementing labour hire licensing requirements (following Qld and SA).
Australia
27 Jun 2018
3
Casual conversion provisions: What do they mean for Victorian government employment?
The wording of the applicable casual conversion clause in an award or enterprise agreement is critical for any employer.
Australia
9 Jan 2018
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Due Diligence Quarterly: Q3 September 2017
The update can assist directors and other officers comply with a personal duty to exercise due diligence under WHS laws.
Australia
5 Oct 2017
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Federal Parliament passes the Vulnerable Workers Bill
Employers should prepare for these changes to the Fair Work Act, which address the exploitation of vulnerable workers.
Australia
15 Sep 2017
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Employment, Labour & Safety: Mid-Year Review – 2017
The review examines significant legislative and policy developments, decisions, and key WHS issues to affect businesses.
Australia
3 Sep 2017
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One-sided flexibility in the workplace: Australian and UK responses
The article compares recent trends and legislative developments between Australia and the UK over workplace flexibility.
Australia
24 Jul 2017
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Dismissing on-hired employees: A cautionary tale
When dismissing an assigned employee, labour hire companies cannot simply rely on the process adopted by a host business.
Australia
7 Jul 2017
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Even Matildas need childcare: An analysis of Garriock v Football Federation Australia
The decision highlights the necessity for a relevant comparator in cases of indirect discrimination under the AD Act.
Australia
12 Aug 2016
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Workplace Mid-Year Review – 2016
This annual review explores five key issues that Australian employers should be engaging with in the modern workplace.
Australia
5 Aug 2016
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Workplace bullying – a guide for SMEs and start-ups
Small-medium businesses (SMEs) and start-up companies face particular challenges in managing people.
Australia
29 May 2016
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Employers beware: Sexual harassment damages exceed $330,000 in recent VCAT ruling
This decision highlights the importance of policies and training to ensure awareness of standards of workplace conduct.
Australia
5 Feb 2016
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Across the ditch – Resignations from director/officer roles in response to new WHS laws
NZ has adopted Australian model work health and safety laws, with changes, and the response of business is important.
New Zealand
26 Jan 2016
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Mcintyre v SBS - social media dismissal: FWC gives green light for unlawful termination claim
The Fair Work Commission (FWC) allowed an unlawful termination application brought by former sport reporter to proceed.
Australia
12 Nov 2015
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Fair Work Act Amendments set to become law
This article examines the main provisions of the Fair Work Amendment Act and the compromises made to secure its passage.
Australia
30 Oct 2015
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But why? - Fair Work Commission publishes first reasons for making stop bullying order
The FWC reasons provide useful insights into the steps that employers should take to address bullying in the workplace.
Australia
13 Aug 2015
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Budget changes to the Paid Parental Leave scheme: How will that affect employers?
An employee's eligibility for the government PPL scheme will be denied if employer payments exceed the government scheme.
Australia
15 May 2015
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Bargaining and protected industrial action: Three key decisions you need to know about
This article summarises and analyses 3 bargaining and industrial action cases, highlighting implications for employers.
Australia
6 Apr 2015
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FWC anti-bullying jurisdiction continues to evolve
A series of recent decisions provides guidance on how the new anti-bullying provisions are being interpreted by the FWC.
Australia
17 Mar 2015
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Stop whingeing! - Which employment compliants could lead to an adverse action claim?
Employers should assume that a broad range of expressions of discontentment could give rise to an adverse action claim.
Australia
26 Nov 2014
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