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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
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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
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Sexually inappropriate texts to co-workers a valid reason for dismissal: Co-workers not required to tell employee to stop
An employee does not have to tell a co-worker to stop behaving in a certain way for the behaviours to be misconduct.
Australia
6 Aug 2018
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#Timesup on inappropriate workplace behaviours
The Fair Work Commission shows little tolerance for inappropriate workplace behaviour in Australia in the #metoo era.
Australia
11 Jul 2018
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Criminal records during recruitment and employment: Three key tips for employers
It is possible for employers to manage situations involving employees or job applicants with criminal records carefully.
Australia
21 Jun 2018
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Refusal to employ
Article discusses the complicated area of discrimination against prospective employees.
Australia
20 Jun 2018
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Is the word bullying being overused in the workplace?
The term "bullying in the workplace" seems to be increasingly used to describe behaviour an employee just does not like.
Australia
31 May 2018
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Touchy co-worker dismissed for inappropriate touching in the workplace
Recent case attests inappropriate conduct is a valid reason for dismissal even if no formal complaint was made about the conduct.
Australia
30 May 2018
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Employee made to feel worthless was not bullied, despite insensitive comments
Reasonable management action may not constitute bullying, even if it involves "insensitive and inappropriate" comments.
Australia
3 May 2018
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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
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Rugby Australia and its Inclusion Policy vs. Folau and his right to freedom of speech
Rugby Australia has attempted to placate everyone, but in doing so has managed to leave both sides of the divide upset.
Australia
26 Apr 2018
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Growing support for a workplace response to domestic violence
The complexity of family violence requires a strategic approach by all levels of government, business, and the community.
Australia
25 Jan 2018
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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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Anti-social media: 4 ways to manage social media and cyber-bullying in the workplace
There are steps to be taken to minimise legal risk and ensure the workplace is a safe environment for all employees.
Australia
8 Jun 2017
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