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Williams + Hughes
Employers should take note of these changes to the Australian employment landscape that take effect on 1 July 2019.
Williams + Hughes
Employers should review rates of pay before 1 July 2019 to ensure employees are paid in accordance with these wage rates.
Holding Redlich
Local councils are among the workplaces now utilising biometric scanning technology, with privacy and security concerns.
Holding Redlich
If you haven't warned an underperforming employee before you dismiss them, then you could face trouble from the FWC.
Holding Redlich
Employers will need a fully-compliant privacy policy, with proper notice to employees and genuine consent from them.
Squire Patton Boggs LLP
The Fair Work (Registered Organisations) Amendment (Ensuring Integrity) Bill 2019 introduced to the House of Representatives on 4 July
Bartier Perry
The receivers or liquidators of a trustee company will now be required to pay out employee entitlements in priority.
Kells
Any claims for unlawful termination or unfair dismissal should be filed within 21 days of the date of dismissal.
Seyfarth Shaw LLP
An enforceable restraint of trade can be a key business asset, giving an employer time to recover when a senior employee has left the business for a competitor.
MDC Legal
Article reminds employers about the appropriate communication channels to use when dismissing an employee.
Swaab
The Banerji case relates to the use of tweets or social media by a Commonwealth public servant about government policies.
Norton Rose Fulbright Australia
This High Court decision found the public servant's public political comments were in breach of the APS Code of Conduct.
Holding Redlich
The update has links to media releases, reports, cases and legislation relating to employment law and workplace relations
Holding Redlich
A complaint made by any employee to ASIC may fall within the ambit of section 341 of the FW Act if made in good faith.
Worrells Solvency & Forensic Accountants
Despite any sale contract terms about who is responsible for the employee entitlements, the Fair Work Act rules prevail.
Colin Biggers & Paisley
Employers only need to make super contributions in respect of earnings for ordinary hours at ordinary rates of pay.
Colin Biggers & Paisley
Employers should be aware of, and seek advice about, these changes to workplace laws that commenced on 1 July 2019.
Dentons
Since we reported on the introduction of Australian modern slavery legislation in August 2018, there have been a number of developments.
Pointon Partners
This starter pack could help new or established businesses that do not have their employment arrangements documented.
PCC Employment Lawyers
Episode 1 of this podcast series is about casual employment law, from "An Employer's Guide to Australian Employment Law".
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Holding Redlich
The national minimum wage and the modern award minimum wages will increase by 3 per cent on or after 1 July 2019.
Marque Lawyers
The FWO has made an example of George and his restaurant empire, MADE Establishment, through an enforceable undertaking.
MDC Legal
Besides contractual obligations, employees have equitable and statutory duties in relation to confidential information.
Holding Redlich
The update has links to media releases, reports, cases and legislation relating to employment law and workplace relations
Colin Biggers & Paisley
Employers should be aware of, and seek advice about, these changes to workplace laws that commenced on 1 July 2019.
Worrells Solvency & Forensic Accountants
Despite any sale contract terms about who is responsible for the employee entitlements, the Fair Work Act rules prevail.
Colin Biggers & Paisley
Employers only need to make super contributions in respect of earnings for ordinary hours at ordinary rates of pay.
Dentons
Since we reported on the introduction of Australian modern slavery legislation in August 2018, there have been a number of developments.
MDC Legal
An employee may be entitled to be paid overtime but may not be entitled to be paid for "reasonable additional hours".
Coleman Greig Lawyers
Class actions, often funded by litigation funders, are a recent but thriving part of the employment law landscape.
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