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By Luke Holland
Model work health and safety legislation provides that health and safety duties are held concurrently by both parties.
By Robert Watson
The revised Commonwealth Procurement Rules (CPRs) will impact on how Commonwealth agencies manage procurement processes.
By Sara McRostie, Andrew Mansfield
Employers take out insurance to cover workplace risks, without fully understanding the types of policies available.
By Sara McRostie, Laura Regan
This new Bill aims to more closely align the Queensland and federal IR systems for state and local government employees.
By Sara McRostie, Matthew Smith
Companies that tender for Commonwealth-funded building projects must comply with the Code or they won't be awarded work.
By Ian Bennett
Employers should be proactive in their approach to training employees on document management and workplace behaviour.
By Luke Holland
Employers should consider these topics when taking steps to proactively manage employee behaviour at Christmas functions.
By Alistair Talbert
Employers must understand their rights (and those of union officials) regarding right of entry under the WHS and FW Act.
By Jessica Komlos
The decision that was handed down illustrates that reasonable management action will defeat a claim of alleged bullying.
By Mark Doepel, Kerri Thomas
Our feature article looks at medical practitioners advising non-English speaking patients about the risks of surgery.
By Malcolm Cameron
Advocate's immunity remains part of the Australian common law— but in a narrower way than may have previously appeared.
By Kerri Thomas, Jehan Mata
What risk is deemed to be material is assessed by the medical practitioner on a case-by-case basis.
By Mark Hickey, Marianne Robinson
When raising funds for a charity, you must know rules and restrictions that apply to investment fundraising activities.
By James Johnson
Issue estoppel, when a party cannot re-argue an issue already determined, may arise in a workers' compensation context.
By Ilona Strong
This decision confirms what factors are to be taken into account to conclude whether a worker has current work capacity.
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