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Monthly Update—Australian Labour & Employment - January 2019
In this edition of the Update, we first report on new legislation passed in respect of modern slavery, review of Modern Awards and report on the introduction of domestic violence leave into the National Employment Standards ("NES").
Australia
1 Feb 2019
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Monthly Update—Australian Labour & Employment | April 2018
In this edition of the Update, we comment on the Labour Hire Licensing Act 2017 (Qld), which was recently implemented in Queensland and obliges labour hire providers to be licensed.
Australia
24 May 2018
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Supreme Court Upholds Validity Of A Six-Month Restraint To Prevent Senior Executive Commencing Employment With Competitor
The Supreme Court of New South Wales recently considered an application for an interlocutory injunction by an employer who sought to prevent an employee commencing employment with a competitor company.
Australia
21 Oct 2016
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Arrium Workers Agree To 10 Percent Pay Cut As Administrator Seeks To Secure The Company's Future
Workers at embattled steelmaking and iron ore mining company Arrium have accepted a new enterprise agreement that provides for a 10 percent pay cut.
Australia
21 Oct 2016
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Federal Circuit Court Asked To Determine What Are "Reasonable Additional Hours" For Employed Solicitors
In Gorval & Ors v Employsure [2016] FCCA 231, Mr Sergey Gorval, Matthew Lynch and Christopher Mahoney (the "individuals") were employed full-time as employment lawyers for Employsure.
Australia
19 Apr 2016
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Prevention Better Than Cure In The Case Of Competition From Ex-Employees
The first plaintiff, Lifeplan, was in the business of funds management and the provision of investment products, including funeral products, which it marketed and distributed through a wholly owned subsidiary.
Australia
19 Apr 2016
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Employee Who Rejected Alternative Positions Not Entitled To Redundancy Payout
In September 2014, Mr. Adcock, who had been employed as Commercial Manager Asia by Blackmores Limited ("Blackmores"), left Blackmores claiming that it had repudiated its contract of employment with him.
Australia
4 Apr 2016
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Australia
2 Dec 2015
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Supreme Court Upholds Restraint Clause In Business Sale And Service Agreements
The accountant claimed that the purchaser, Moore Stephens, failed to pay him an instalment of $600,980 for the purchase of the business.
Australia
26 Oct 2015
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Restraint Of Trade Clauses In The Spotlight
In determining whether to grant the injunction, Justice Dixon applied the relevant principles articulated by the High Court in Australian Broadcasting Corporation v O'Neill.
Australia
26 Oct 2015
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Australian Fair Work Commission Signals New Willingness To Terminate Restrictive Enterprise Agreements That Have Passed Their Nominal Expiry Dates
A Full Bench of the Fair Work Commission (the "FWC") in Aurizon Operations Limited: Aurizon Network Pty Ltd [2015] FWCFB 540 has ordered the termination of 12 enterprise agreements that had passed their nominal expiry dates.
Australia
28 May 2015
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Monthly Update - Australian Labour & Employment - May 2015
On 25 March 2015, the Federal Government introduced legislation to reverse changes made by the former Labor government to the taxation of employee share schemes.
Australia
8 May 2015
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Monthly Update—Australian Labour & Employment - September 2014
On 10 September 2014, the High Court of Australia held that there is no duty of mutual trust and confidence implied by law in Australian employment contracts.
United States
20 Oct 2014
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Monthly Update—Australian Labour & Employment - August 2014
The latest Department of Immigration statistics have revealed a 25 percent decrease in the number of 457 visas granted in FY2013.
United States
10 Sep 2014
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Asia-Pacific Labor & Employment News - Summer 2014
Welcome to the first edition of the Jones Day Asia-Pacific Labor & Employment News, which will be published quarterly and will examine labor and employment law developments across the Asia-Pacific region.
Worldwide
22 Aug 2014
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Australian Labour & Employment - June 2014
The Fair Work Commission has held that BHP was within its rights to dismiss a boilermaker who refused to attend an appointment with a company-nominated doctor.
Australia
3 Jul 2014
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Monthly Update—Australian Labour & Employment, May 2014
With the release of the 2014/1025 Federal Government Budget in mid-May, the government's attention turned away from non-financial matters.
Australia
2 Jun 2014
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Overseas Redeployment Not Reasonable
Multi-national employers will be pleased to learn that the Fair Work Commission ( FWC ) has agreed that it was not reasonable for an employer to redeploy a redundant worker to overseas operations.
Australia
6 Nov 2013
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Hot Off The Bench - Decisions Of Interest From The Australian Courts
The Full Bench of the Federal Court has dismissed an insurance company's appeal against a 2011 decision that found its five sales representatives were employees and not independent contractors.
Australia
26 Feb 2013
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