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Old enterprise agreements and class actions: Danger! Danger! Warning Warning!
Class actions, often funded by litigation funders, are a recent but thriving part of the employment law landscape.
Australia
25 Jul 2019
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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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Interim orders in a stop bullying application
The interim order effectively issued an injunction to stop an employer from proceeding with a workplace investigation.
Australia
14 Jan 2018
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HR Manager fined $21,760: Courts and FWO are sending a message about professional conduct
If HR managers are aware of a breach of the law, merely voicing concerns but carrying on as usual, may be insufficient.
Australia
22 Dec 2017
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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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Robbery, but not under arms: did the safety policy still apply?
Employers should focus on the actual provisions of a policy to make sure it does apply before using it for termination.
Australia
3 Nov 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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Can my misdirected text justify my dismissal?
Accidentally sending a text message to the wrong person could be awkward, or disastrous if the content is inappropriate.
Australia
22 Jul 2015
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Can a Misdirected Text = Dismissal?
The Fair Work Commission upheld the dismissal of an employee who accidentally sent a text message to her General Manager.
Australia
16 Jul 2015
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Have you ever had an employee lie about their qualifications in a job interview?
The Fair Work Commission has recently ruled on this issue.
Australia
26 Oct 2014
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Employment Law round up and changes for 2013-14
The article includes summaries of major changes to employment legislation that have or will come into effect in 2013-14.
Australia
20 Jun 2013
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Can a dismissal over safety issues be overturned?
Recent cases showing FWA applying very safety conscious approach assessing termination of an employee.
Australia
1 Sep 2011
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Union right of entry – what are the limits?
Two recent cases illustrating some of the limits on a union’s right of entry to an employer’s premises discussed.
Australia
19 Jul 2011
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"Adverse action" shows its teeth
Two recent cases illustrating the application of the prohibition on "adverse action".
Australia
19 Jul 2011
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