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Who let the dogs out?! Regulators baring their teeth and chasing down duty holders
Being proactive in planning for regulatory action, by training staff or implementing procedures and plans, is essential.
Australia
12 Apr 2019
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The Fair Work Act and WHS Act: Should they go in the recycling bin with used wrapping paper?
In 2019, employers must become familiar with legislative changes as they occur, to ensure compliance with any new regime.
Australia
9 Jan 2019
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The expiry of contracts for a specified term – risk of unfair dismissal
Maximum term contracts that expire by the effluxion of time may no longer be exempt from unfair dismissal claims.
Australia
17 Dec 2018
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The new normal: Flexibility in the workplace
Employers need to approach requests for flexible working arrangement with a view to trying to accommodate the request.
Australia
9 Nov 2018
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Annual wage review decision – 3.5% increase
Employers - review your arrangements to ensure that employees are paid in accordance with new rates that apply from 1 July.
Australia
5 Jun 2018
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Adverse action and the direction to attend medical assessments
Employers should ensure that any direction to attend an IMA is reasonable and lawful having regard to the circumstances.
Australia
26 May 2018
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High Court says: you pay the fine for your white-collar crime
A union cannot pick up the bill for an individual's penalty arising from a statutory breach of the Fair Work Act.
Australia
21 Mar 2018
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Could the High Courts decision impact WHS sentencing?
Individuals may be liable to personally pay penalties for breaches of the FW Act and potentially the model WHS laws.
Australia
13 Mar 2018
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Important decision on Queensland public sector enterprise bargaining
Recent QIRC decision requires all union parties must agree to a ballot before a ballot can occur.
Australia
27 Feb 2018
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Employers should welcome High Court bargaining decision
An employer can enter into an enterprise agreement with existing employees to cover a new enterprise being established.
Australia
23 Dec 2017
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Introduction of a model casual conversion clause and minimum engagement period into modern awards
Employers should be aware of the proposed model casual conversion clause and minimum engagement period in modern awards.
Australia
11 Jul 2017
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Queensland local government industry award split into three modern awards - what it means
Local governments should refer to the new awards and consider which specific ones are applicable for their employees.
Australia
5 Jul 2017
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New industrial relations challenges for local government in Queensland
This article outlines recent developments in industrial law and their impact on a Queensland local government workforce.
Australia
18 Jun 2017
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Accessorial liability of accountancy firms and payroll services
The accounting firm had actual knowledge of the FWA contraventions by its client and failed to take appropriate action.
Australia
15 Jun 2017
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Annual wage review decision - 3.3% increase
This decision has granted a 3.3% pay increase to Australia's minimum wage reliant and modern award covered employees.
Australia
8 Jun 2017
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