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Employee resignation not forced
The unfair dismissal claim was dismissed because that the termination of employment was not at the employer's initiative.
Australia
30 Aug 2018
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Redeployment on redundancy: employer obligations clarified
The Fair Work Commission provides guidance regarding deploying a worker from a redundant position to another available position.
Australia
11 Apr 2018
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Beware new employees offering secret gifts
A recent Federal Court decision highlights the risk for employers when new recruits breach their ex-employer's confidence.
Australia
2 Jul 2017
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Risks to your business when management action is unreasonable
In Comcare v Martin (2016), an employee made allegations of bullying against her supervisor.
Australia
30 Apr 2017
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Unlawfully obtained evidence cannot be used for disciplinary action
Employers relying on video evidence to discipline an employee for misconduct must ensure that it was obtained lawfully.
Australia
31 Mar 2017
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Employer unsuccessful in defending unfair dismissal for pornography use
This FWC decision was a reminder of the importance of workplace policies when dismissing an employee for misconduct.
Australia
1 Feb 2017
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Employer negligent for failing to manage excessive work hours
The Court found that the employer's duty of care required taking all reasonable steps to provide a safe system of work.
Australia
20 Jan 2017
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How to: Manage ill or injured employees
The article examines available options when an employee is continually absent from work without satisfactory explanation.
Australia
5 Dec 2016
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How to manage workplace stress and minimise the risk of mental illness claims
We examine organisational factors that may contribute to work-related stress and how to tackle some of those issues.
Australia
26 Sep 2016
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Employee must pay costs after refusing employer's reasonable settlement offer
An employee that refused a reasonable offer of settlement was ordered by the FWC to pay his ex-employer's legal costs.
Australia
16 Sep 2016
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Headhunting: The risks of making misleading statements during pre-contractual negotiations
We discuss Rakic v Johns Lyng Building Solutions (Victoria) Pty Ltd (2016).
Australia
11 Sep 2016
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Covert recordings in the workplace: What do employers need to know?
Recent cases indicate it is becoming more common for employees to record contentious conversations in the workplace.
Australia
31 Jul 2016
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Maintaining legal professional privilege in workplace investigations
A recent case provides a good example of how to maintain legal professional privilege – and use it to your advantage.
Australia
17 Jul 2016
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