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What do employers need to consider when terminating someone on a visa?
Further requirements are imposed on standard business sponsors when terminating employees who are on a visa.
Australia
7 Aug 2019
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Unpaid work arrangements: Is it legal to work for free?
An employer can be exposed to significant risks, particularly of back payment of minimum wages and other entitlements.
Australia
17 Jul 2019
3
Out of work employee conduct vs internal codes of conduct: The cases of Israel Folau and Jack de Belin
Interesting issues arise when an employee engages in out-of-work hours conduct that infringes on a code of conduct.
Australia
29 Jun 2019
4
The Gig economy – Friend or foe of employment law?
It is uncertain whether employment, or independent contracting rules should apply to platform or gig-economy workers.
Australia
18 May 2019
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Success of anonymous reporting tool for the Fair Work Ombudsman: Underpayers beware!
The FWO's anonymous reporting tool is proving to be a successful tool in the fight against unlawful workplace practices.
Australia
18 May 2019
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New Modern Award clause in relation to requests for flexible work arrangements
The new clause obliges employers to discuss the request with the employee and genuinely try to reach an agreement.
Australia
18 May 2019
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Success of the anonymous reporting tool of the Fair Work Ombudsman: Underpayers beware!
The FWO's anonymous reporting tool is proving to be a successful tool in the fight against unlawful workplace practices.
Australia
16 Apr 2019
8
Changes to casual employment – what you need to know
Employers should be aware that there have been recent legal changes to the definition and rights of casual employees.
Australia
14 Dec 2018
9
Contractors vs employees: who do I need to pay superannuation to?
When engaging a contractor, employers should carefully consider any potential liabilities surrounding superannuation.
Australia
1 Dec 2018
10
TGIF – How does the professional workforce feel about Fridays?
Further reliance on a flexible workforce may mean the possibility of further demands for flexibility on days of work.
Australia
4 Oct 2018
11
Promoting workplace compliance in your franchise network
Following this guide can help franchisors satisfy the FWO that they have taken reasonable steps to prevent any breaches.
Australia
2 Aug 2018
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Protecting confidential Information: Termination day: Tips for employers
Employers should conduct an exit interview, with a signed declaration that the employee has returned all company property.
Australia
18 Jul 2018
13
Protecting confidential information: The Notice Period
This article discusses how to effectively protect confidential information from an employee during their notice period.
Australia
2 Jul 2018
14
Protecting confidential information: Restraint of trade clauses and workplace surveillance
This is the first article on how organisations can protect themselves against employees taking confidential information.
Australia
25 Jun 2018
15
Can an employee withdraw their resignation? Do you have to accept an employees resignation for it to be valid?
Article discusses termination of employment - when it is effective and when it can be withdrawn (and exceptions to this rule).
Australia
13 Jun 2018
16
Can an employee withdraw their termination? Do you have to accept an employees termination for it to be valid?
Exceptions to the rule that the only way a termination can be withdrawn is by the consent of both the employer & employee.
Australia
5 Jun 2018
17
Pictorial Employment Contracts – a legitimate craze, or just plain crazy?
Article discusses the new pictorial employment contract concept which has been used for the first time in Australia by Aurecon.
Australia
22 May 2018
18
Gardening leave - weeding out potentially hazardous employees following a resignation
Articles discusses what you need to know with regard to forcing a soon-to-be-ex employee to take gardening leave.
Australia
28 Mar 2018
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FWC rules that Uber is not an employer in Australia… yet
The driver was found to be an independent contractor because he had a high degree of control over his hours of work.
Australia
29 Jan 2018
20
Accountants in the firing line of the Fair Work Ombudsman
Accountants must put compliance with workplace law above its commercial interests.
Australia
13 Dec 2017
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