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Victoria! Get your labour hire licence applications in
The labour hire licensing trend is sweeping across Australia and non-compliance could lead to hefty fines for providers.
Australia
11 Sep 2019
2
What a day! Personal leave shakeup
The Cadbury factory employees worked 12-hour shifts, so ten actual days of personal leave resulted in 120 hours per year.
Australia
29 Aug 2019
3
George Cal-embarassment – MasterChef star underpays staff $7.83mil
The FWO has made an example of George and his restaurant empire, MADE Establishment, through an enforceable undertaking.
Australia
19 Jul 2019
4
What's up with underpayment? Why do companies keep underpaying employees and can we fix it?
Employers should conduct regular reviews of their employees' entitlements and applicable rates of pay for hours of work.
Australia
16 Jul 2019
5
Sticks and stones may break your bones but mean words… are a risk to health and safety!
As a risk to work health and safety, an employer must take reasonable steps to eliminate or minimise workplace bullying.
Australia
15 Jul 2019
6
An Uber sigh of relief
After an exhaustive two-year investigation, the Fair Work Ombudsman has declared Uber drivers to be legit contractors.
Australia
13 Jun 2019
7
FWC gives the finger to employer use of biometric tech
Article discusses recent finding that use of mandatory fingerprint technology at work breached the Privacy Act.
Australia
21 May 2019
8
Casual chaos
Changes to the rules around casual employment cause outrage, shake things up, and leave employers with a lot to digest.
Australia
5 Oct 2018
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Casual service excluded from redundancy calculations: a return to common sense.
Recent case confirms that casual workers are not entitled to redundancy pay.
Australia
7 Aug 2018
10
Domestic violence leave is here (for some)
Employees covered by a modern award are entitled to 5 days of unpaid leave to deal with family and domestic violence.
Australia
4 Aug 2018
11
Dismissals in the #MeToo Era
The #Me Too movement has led to little tolerance or excuse for discrimination and inappropriate conduct in the workplace.
Australia
16 Jul 2018
12
A new financial year, new numbers to remember
This is a summary of some of the key changes in the workplace, employment law and superannuation effective 1 July 2017
Australia
28 Jun 2018
13
Labour hire regime commences – what you need to know to avoid penalties
New Qld licensing regime requires labour hirers to have a licence or high penalties are imposed.
Australia
18 Apr 2018
14
Breaking news: Farting not workplace bullying
Workplace bullying is when a worker is the target of unreasonable or intimidating conduct, a risk to health and safety.
Australia
11 Apr 2018
15
Workplace Sex Bans. Are they legit?
Basically there is no law that prevents, or gives employers the power to prevent, consensual sex between co-workers.
Australia
22 Feb 2018
16
The big question answered: Does Uber employ its drivers?
Uber could breathe a big sigh of relief when the Fair Work Commission ruled that this Uber driver was not an employee.
Australia
9 Jan 2018
17
Union protests are dropped like penalty rates
The union bid to reverse the Fair Work Commission's decision to reduce penalty rates was rejected by the Federal Court.
Australia
12 Oct 2017
18
The Channel 7 recording: your questions answered
The meeting was the precursor to the dismissal of a cadet journalist, after she made a complaint of sexual harassment.
Australia
29 Sep 2017
19
Labour hire crackdown
States aim to stamp out dodgy labour hire practices by introducing licences to "fit and proper" labour hire businesses.
Australia
25 Sep 2017
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Franchisors beware the Fair Work Acts new teeth
The government has tackled the underemployment issue with the Senate passing the "Vulnerable Workers" legislation.
Australia
6 Sep 2017
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