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By Brendan Charles
Award-covered casual employees will be able to elect to become permanent after an initial 12-month qualifying period.
By Laura Regan
The Queensland Government has recently turned its attention to the state's work health and safety compliance regime.
By Paul Tobin, Belinda Pegolo
Notices under the SOP Act can now be served by email to an address specified by the intended recipient for such service.
By Andrew Ross
Persons conducting a Queensland business or undertaking must report a health and safety incident or risk prosecution.
By Kristina Miller
It is timely to provide an updated list of the statutory rates under the Safety, Rehabilitation and Compensation Act.
By Grant Parker, Cameron Scholes
The building bond will be used by the owners corporation to meet the cost of rectifying "defective building work".
By Rani Aria Retnam, Matthew Hawker
Seafarers receiving weekly compensation for incapacity will continue to receive payments until they reach pension age.
By Andrew Ross, Laura Regan
This case highlights that certain circumstances may give rise to an employee's successful workplace claim of privilege.
By Laura Regan, Matthew Smith
The Inquiry calls for significant reform of the regulatory framework for coal and metalliferous mines in Queensland.
By Robert Watson
These significant changes will also allow Australia to meet our international obligations on government procurement.
By Sara McRostie, Roland Hassall
The value of a penalty unit will increase, so the maximum civil penalties for breaches of the Fair Work Act will as well.
By Matthew Smith, Andrew Ross
The recommendation follows demand for tighter criminal laws in response to fatal incidents at Eagle Farm and Dreamworld.
By Kerri Thomas, Mark Doepel
The issue provides information about legal issues and topics affecting health care providers, insurers and underwriters.
By Kerri Thomas, Mark Doepel
A number of states have seen significant developments affecting health care insurers and practitioners occur recently.
By Kerri Thomas, Jehan Mata
VMOs who treat patients on their own behalf are not considered employees, so do not have the same rights or protections.
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