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5 tips for drafting position descriptions
When drafted properly, position descriptions can be an invaluable tool for both employers and employees.
Australia
21 Sep 2019
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Employment Law podcast series: episode 3 - Flexible work arrangements
Article contains a link to a podcast where 3 lawyers engage in an in-depth discussion about flexible work arrangements.
Australia
 
17 Sep 2019
3
Employment law podcast series: Episode 2 - Genuine redundancy
Episode 2 discusses genuine redundancy in an unfair dismissal claim, to supplement the book by PCC Employment Lawyers.
Australia
 
24 Aug 2019
4
Employment Law Podcast Series: Episode 1 - Casual employment
Episode 1 of this podcast series is about casual employment law, from "An Employer's Guide to Australian Employment Law".
Australia
 
29 Jul 2019
5
Employment Law Update
This update includes recent legislative amendments and judicial developments affecting employment law in Australia.
Australia
6 Jul 2019
6
Four tips for employers: Managing the dreaded sickie over the Easter period
Employers wish to limit sickies over the upcoming Easter period so we have provided some tips to protect their interests.
Australia
17 Apr 2019
7
Employers behaving badly: What not to do as a small business employer
Recent case demonstrates what an employer should NOT do when terminating an employee.
Australia
20 Mar 2019
8
Family and Domestic Violence Leave – Practical considerations of the new National Employment Standard
Article discusses the new family and domestic leave provisions and highlights practical considerations for employers.
Australia
6 Mar 2019
9
The misleading and inaccurate use of the term wage theft
Article highlights that underpayment by employers to employees is not necessarily criminal wage theft.
Australia
6 Mar 2019
10
Criminal offences outside of work: Can an employee be suspended?
Can an employer suspend an employee, charged with a serious criminal offence for conduct that occurred outside of work?
Australia
28 Feb 2019
11
Timely reminders from the Fair Work Commission: The five categories of employees with access to flexibilty
The FWC held that the employer lacked a reasonable basis for refusing an employee request for flexible work arrangements.
Australia
28 Feb 2019
12
Contract of Employment - Part 2
Part 2 addresses other situations where terms may be incorporated, such as other extrinsic documents or representations.
Australia
14 Feb 2019
13
Employee vs contractor: Foodora update
Further developments since recent decision that found a Foodora driver to be an employee rather than an independent contractor.
Australia
12 Feb 2019
14
Disrupting the disrupters: What are the consequences of the Foodora ruling for the gig economy?
The case is an alert to gig economy companies that their worker classification of independent contractors is questionable.
Australia
26 Dec 2018
15
Demystifying sexual harassment at work - #MeToo and the law
Employers need to champion a positive workplace culture, and carefully respond to all sexual harassment complaints.
Australia
26 Dec 2018
16
Government announces response to casual employee double-dipping
This new regulation is proposed to prevent "double-dipping" on loadings and entitlements by long-term casual employees.
Australia
19 Dec 2018
17
Employment Law Update: December 2018
This article examines the significance of recent legislative changes relating to employment law and industrial relations.
Australia
13 Dec 2018
18
Hidden disabilities in the workforce and inadvertent discrimination
Employers can still be found guilty of unlawful discrimination even if they were unaware of their employee's disability.
Australia
13 Dec 2018
19
What to make of the ACTU Change The Rules campaign
Union rallies have been held in support of the ACTU campaign for another overhaul of the industrial relations landscape.
Australia
1 Nov 2018
20
Can the Giants dismiss Shane Mumford for his out-of-hours conduct?
The reality is that it is generally difficult for employers to lawfully dismiss an employee for out of hours conduct.
Australia
29 Oct 2018
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