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By Murray Procter
The article examines 5 proposed Labor changes which could impact most on employers in the field of employment relations.
By Paul O'Dea
Building owners should register and begin this process via the 'Safer Buildings' website combustible cladding checklist.
By Paul O'Dea
Recent findings by the NZ Tenancy Tribunal highlight the relationship between subletting laws and platforms like Airbnb.
By Chris Kintis, Anastasia Stomo
Discussion about recent restraint of trade case that illustrates the issue of validity.
By Murray Procter, Ben Keenan
Employers, including those in traditional white collar industries, should continually refine their approach to safety.
By Murray Procter, Ashlee Miller
As the FWC's application of the BOOT becomes more technical, the utility of enterprise bargaining becomes more uncertain.
By Murray Procter, Ashlee Miller
Despite the fact that use of labour hire remains steady over the past decade, the FWO spotlight is on labour hire firms.
By Murray Procter, Ben Keenan
Employers should minimise the exposure for senior managers to possible accessorial liability claims under the FW Act.
By Murray Procter, Ben Keenan
Regardless of political party, change is the new norm for industrial relations in the building and construction industry.
By Murray Procter
Industrial relations remains one of the few policy areas in which key differences remain between major political parties.
By Murray Procter
The enterprise agreement making process requires adherence to strict legislative steps before employees can vote.
By Paul O'Dea
Case clarifies the requirements for vendors serving a Notice & highlights the broad discretion that Courts are willing to give.
By Paul O'Dea
Indemnities can provide certainty and can be useful to shift liability to the party best placed to manage the risks.
By Chris Kintis, Elle Zhang
ASIC has recently published a report on how the unfair contract terms regime applies to loans made to small businesses.
By Peter Karcher
A shareholders agreement is a key cornerstone for protecting and ultimately realising the value of an IP-based business.
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