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General Protections claims by employees beware of personal liability
Many business owners and senior managers may be unaware of the existence and effect of the "General Protections" regime.
Australia
 
3 Jul 2019
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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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Family and Domestic Violence Leave: Award changes came into effect 1 August!
Discussion about the new provisions allowing for Family and Domestic Violence Leave - main legislative points etc.
Australia
14 Aug 2018
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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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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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The gig economy': Are Uber drivers and Deliveroo riders contractors or employees?
This issue is yet to be tested in Australia, but one can imagine arguments similar to that of the UK employment tribunal.
Australia
21 Dec 2016
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Four yearly review of modern awards - Annual leave
Among the issues being addressed by the first four yearly review of modern awards are several aspects of annual leave.
Australia
10 Jun 2016
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When mistakes become personal Personal liability as an HR Manager
Directors and Managers who are directly involved in an infringement can be personally liable when something goes wrong.
Australia
4 Mar 2016
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Fraudulent workers compensation claims
Most workers compensation claims are genuine and legitimate, and fraudulent compensation claims are not taken lightly.
Australia
15 Feb 2016
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Psychological injury and return to work
If an employer forces a return to work not agreeable to the injured worker, he could risk a claim of unfair dismissal.
Australia
18 Nov 2015
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Expense reimbursements: Lessons from Bronwyn
A dispute about expenses can often be a significant aggravation to other issues between an employer and an employee.
Australia
28 Jul 2015
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Changes to annual leave proposed by Fair Work Commission
The Fair Work Commission has recently examined the issues of excessive annual leave and the cashing out of annual leave.
Australia
22 Jul 2015
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Cheat Sheet: The 2015 Federal Budget what HR Managers need to be on top of!
These are three key items important for HR managers - Parental Leave Pay, Work-related Car Expenses and Superannuation.
Australia
19 May 2015
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It pays to review your PPL (Paid Parental Leave) options
The scheme provides financial support to eligible parents to take time off work to care for newborn or adopted children.
Australia
 
2 Sep 2014
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Paid Parental Leave Update
Further development of the Paid Parental Leave scheme.
Australia
9 Feb 2013
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Business Acquisition and Employee Entitlements
This article discusses transferring employee entitlements when acquiring or selling a business.
Australia
10 Dec 2011
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Sham contracting in the FWOs sights in 2011
Engaging staff as contractors rather than as employees raises some difficult issues.
Australia
 
25 May 2011
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Workers Compensation Claims 20 Years On
It is a common misconception that workers must make a claim within three years of their injury and that present insurance will provide cover for the claim. Whilst this is the case for many claims, there are exceptions of which you should be aware - this can apply to any workplace.
Australia
 
10 Nov 2010
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