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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
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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
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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
4
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
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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
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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
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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
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Contracts of employment - Part 1
Part 1 of this newsletter examines a written contract of employment - and the importance of express and implied terms.
Australia
1 Oct 2018
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Californian ABC test for independent contractors – Some key lessons for Australia
Australian law of independent contractor relationships is confusing and unsatisfactory, so it would be wise to take heed.
Australia
13 Sep 2018
10
Implied terms in employment contracts: Court of Appeal finds employment contract should not to be interpreted subject to Jewish law
If employers wish to incorporate another system of law into a contract, it is essential that the contract is clear.
Australia
23 Aug 2018
11
Playing with fire: The real implications of the Shorten proposal to reverse penalty rate decision
If elected his Labor government will override, with legislation, the decision of the independent umpire on penalty rates.
Australia
11 Aug 2018
12
How to dismiss an employee - The seven key steps
The dismissal of an employee is personally difficult and may create potential legal implications if not done correctly.
Australia
27 Jul 2018
13
Notice of termination: Key considerations for employers when choosing, and using, periods of contractual notice
Determining a notice period, on recruitment and on resignation, is critical and varies with the needs of each business.
Australia
21 Jun 2018
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Full Bench decides against established authority, in ruling a termination refers to the cessation of the employment relationship and not the employment contract
The Full Bench ruled that "termination at the initiative of the employer" was termination of the employment relationship.
Australia
3 May 2018
15
Junior pay rates in modern awards: are young people being ripped off?
Article argues that it may be better to pay employees according to their skill level rather than their age.
Australia
2 May 2018
16
5 inconvenient truths about casual conversion
The ACTU has proposed to allow all casual employees to convert to permanent employment after six months of employment.
Australia
2 Apr 2018
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The law on unpaid work experience: Is the benefit worth the cost?
Unpaid placements, trials and internships in some specific situations can be legal, but determining which is difficult.
Australia
17 Jan 2018
18
Professional sports contracts: Are they worth the paper they are written on?
If the status quo remains, professional sporting contracts continue to be worth less than the paper they are written on.
Australia
15 Dec 2017
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Workplace sexual harassment and the culture of silence: are non-disclosure agreements to blame?
Non-disclosure agreements do nothing to protect other people in the workplace from becoming victims of sexual harassment.
Australia
2 Nov 2017
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Illegal workers in Australia – A different standard for politicians?
A rigorous vetting process should be implemented so that Parliament is held to the same standard as other employers.
Australia
3 Aug 2017
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