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Employment law changes for the 2019-20 new financial year
Numerous reference points relevant to employment law will now alter, due to annual indexation and changes to the law.
Australia
29 Jun 2019
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National survey on sexual harassment in the workplace paints an ugly picture!
Employees should receive copies of all relevant workplace behavioural policies, with any updates and regular training.
Australia
18 Oct 2018
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Criminal record discrimination: How should workplaces handle employee criminal histories?
Employers should take care to balance questions surrounding an employee's right to work with risks to the organisation.
Australia
3 Sep 2018
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Cyberbullying: The response by the employer was spot on
Employers should have a robust policy, and act promptly to enforce that policy where questions of cyberbullying arise.
Australia
31 Jan 2018
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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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Two of my employees are in a close personal relationship. Is it any of my business?
These cases highlight some of the employment and management risks arising from relationships between colleagues.
Australia
3 Nov 2017
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Can a director be bullied?
Bullying behaviour is not tolerated at employee level, and the same consideration applies at board and management levels.
Australia
22 Jun 2017
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Tackling a bullying claim in your workplace: Do you have to protect an employee against hurt feelings?
A recent bullying case, Gore [2016] FWC 2559 (24 May 2016), provides further clarification on the issue of hurt feelings.
Australia
14 Jun 2016
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Reminder: Your reporting obligations regarding workplace gender equality
The Workplace Gender Equality Act requires certain employers to report annually on progress on workplace gender equality.
Australia
6 Jun 2016
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Reasonable management action: What is "reasonable"?
The concept of "reasonable management action" arises both in workers compensation claims and in FWC bullying claims.
Australia
29 Nov 2015
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Unfriending = bullying = unlawful?
This unfriending on Facebook was belittling, aggressive and unreasonable behaviour that warranted a stop bullying order.
Australia
5 Oct 2015
12
Lorna Jane looking for a size 8 model – discriminatory or not?
The action wasn't discriminatory as it was taken because of the inherent requirements of the particular position or role.
Australia
19 Aug 2015
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Workplace bullying in legal terms
A prominent employment lawyer has suggested that we need to rethink how we deal with workplace bullying in legal terms.
Australia
12 May 2015
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Unlawful discrimination – some misconceptions about discrimination in employment
Unlawful discrimination can occur on the part of an employer, or on the part of other employees.
Australia
29 Mar 2015
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What does bullying at work really mean?
The Fair Work Commission has recently provided some welcome clarity regarding the definition of bullying "at work".
Australia
18 Mar 2015
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Employee awarded compensation, but refused reinstatement, despite sending anti-Muslim email to colleagues
The Commission deemed the employer's decision harsh and unreasonable but reinstatement was decided not appropriate.
Australia
3 Mar 2015
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Defining the limits of bullying in the Fair Work Commission
Cases before the Commission continue to highlight what can, and cannot, be bullying for purposes of the FWC jurisdiction.
Australia
2 Mar 2015
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Tis the season to be jolly!! Well, only if you have key workplace policies in place
As an employer, it is also an opportune time to ensure all relevant workplace policies are in place and up to date.
Australia
21 Dec 2014
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Damages for discrimination set to increase substantially
Discussion of Richardson v Oracle Corporation.
Australia
26 Oct 2014
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