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A new high water mark for aggravated damages in workplace sexual harassment
"Unwelcome conduct of a sexual nature" does not need to amount to assault to be treated seriously by the Courts.
Australia
15 Jun 2019
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Reinstatement of dismissed employees – Can it really happen?
This case demonstrates an instance where the Commissioner could use his or her discretion to order reinstatement.
Australia
14 Jun 2019
3
Inside track: Work Health & Safety: In the media, Published reports, In practice and courts and Cases
This bulletin includes links to recent media releases, articles, reports and cases relating to work health & safety.
Australia
 
14 Jun 2019
4
Jurisdiction of international companies with Australian-based employees under the spotlight
This case raised some jurisdictional questions for international companies operating in Australia and the Fair Work Act.
Australia
14 Jun 2019
5
Uber drivers are not employees, according to the Ombudsman
The FW Ombudsman decided that Uber drivers are not employees, so are not entitled to employment-related entitlements.
Australia
13 Jun 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
Queensland Health And Safety Conviction Of Officer Sentenced To Gaol Time Overturned
On 3 May 2019, the Queensland Court of Appeal allowed an appeal and overturned a conviction that was ordered by the Maroochydore District Court
Australia
11 Jun 2019
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Can an employer stop staff from posting comments in public forums?
Whether an employer can dismiss an employee for internet posts depends upon a number of factors.
Australia
11 Jun 2019
9
Biometric technology in the workplace why unfair dismissal claims are just the (finger) tip of the iceberg
Recent case regarding biometric data collection in the workplace raises issues & provides guidance for employers.
Australia
11 Jun 2019
10
Whistleblower laws: how to handle a protected disclosure
Article offers guidelines on how your organisation ought to handle and manage protected disclosures.
Australia
11 Jun 2019
11
Employment class actions and litigation funding - feast or famine?
Employers should not panic, but rather, proceed with caution and take advice on how to protect against class action risk,
Australia
10 Jun 2019
12
Award minimum wages – what you need to know
Employers will need to review employment contracts at minimum wage, under a modern award or other industrial instrument.
Australia
8 Jun 2019
13
The proper scope of the anti-bullying jurisdiction in the workplace
The FWC expressed disquiet about the way in which some applicants used the anti-bullying jurisdiction in the workplace.
Australia
7 Jun 2019
14
Minimum wage increase from 1 July 2019
The national minimum wage and the modern award minimum wages will increase by 3 per cent on or after 1 July 2019.
Australia
6 Jun 2019
15
Employment Law and Workplace Relations Monthly Update: In the media, reports and cases
This monthly update has links to media releases, reports and cases relating to employment law and workplace relations.
Australia
 
6 Jun 2019
16
Inside track: Superannuation, Funds Management & Financial Services: Recent media releases, reports, cases and legislation
This newsletter includes links to recent documents relating to superannuation, funds management and financial services.
Australia
 
6 Jun 2019
17
Protection of your employment whilst on Workers Compensation Benefits
Advice regarding rights to continued employment when an injury prevents you from returning to work.
Australia
6 Jun 2019
18
Workers compensation recipients: Do not let your leave get left behind!
Injured employees who have been receiving workers compensation should review all their employment records.
Australia
6 Jun 2019
19
Director penalty notice change to superannuation rules
New requirement that directors must report their superannuation within 28 days instead of 3 months from the end of each quarter.
Australia
4 Jun 2019
20
Annual Wage Review 2019: A lower increase than expected on 1 July
The increase of 3% for the annual minimum wage was less than those of the last two years (3.5% and 3.3% respectively).
Australia
31 May 2019
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