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By Brian Powles
The ACTU has proposed to allow all casual employees to convert to permanent employment after six months of employment.
By Brian Powles
The Deputy President of the FWC also held that the proposed strike would significantly damage the economy of Sydney.
By Alison Freeman
The complexity of family violence requires a strategic approach by all levels of government, business, and the community.
By Jacob Reddie
Unpaid placements, trials and internships in some specific situations can be legal, but determining which is difficult.
By Jacob Reddie
If the status quo remains, professional sporting contracts continue to be worth less than the paper they are written on.
By Brian Powles
Three slight changes in the costs jurisdiction may have the effect of addressing this emerging legislative imbalance.
By Jacob Reddie
Non-disclosure agreements do nothing to protect other people in the workplace from becoming victims of sexual harassment.
By Helen Carter
A rigorous vetting process should be implemented so that Parliament is held to the same standard as other employers.
By Helen Carter
Australia is yet to have a test case to clarify whether Uber drivers are employees or independent contractors.
By Helen Carter
Employers should review employment frameworks with changes to wages, the high-income threshold and other workplace laws.
By Brian Powles
Post-termination restraint clauses are essential for employers to protect valuable and hard-earned proprietary interests.
By Brian Powles
It is important that businesses act with some caution when investigating the misuse of personal leave.
By Alecia Thompson
There are steps to be taken to minimise legal risk and ensure the workplace is a safe environment for all employees.
By Alecia Thompson
Employers must protect commercial interests while also ensuring that employees represent the business to a high standard.
By Brian Powles
Despite a national framework of minimum entitlements for employees, there is a distinction between rights and reality.