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The potential cost of free labour: what makes an intern an employee?
An intern arrangement must be structured as a vocational placement where the main purpose benefits the student or worker.
Australia
30 Oct 2017
2
The importance of well-drafted garden leave period clauses
When an employee resigns to join a competitor, employers should be expressly entitled to order a period of garden leave.
Australia
15 Oct 2017
3
CU LAB: Getting ready for labour hire licensing laws
Queensland is introducing labour hire licensing laws, which could affect companies even if located outside Queensland.
Australia
30 Jun 2017
4
New labour hire licensing laws in Queensland will affect providers and their clients
Labour hire operators who operate in Queensland should review their operations to meet all the criteria for a licence.
Australia
31 May 2017
5
The enforceability of international restraints: a business protection tool
International employers with a mobile workforce and competitors in Australia can take comfort from this initial decision.
Australia
14 May 2017
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But I want to keep making it! Who owns a signature dish when the chef responsible moves on?
Restaurants should ensure their employment contracts are clear about the ownership of recipes created in their kitchens.
Australia
14 May 2017
7
Fee, FIFO, fum: Changes to the FIFO workforce are to come
Queensland will be making significant changes to the workplace and environmental frameworks for resources projects.
Australia
14 May 2017
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"I'm only after a casual relationship" says the employer. "Yeah, yeah whatever" says the court
The employee, defined as a "casual" under his enterprise agreement, was a permanent employee under the Fair Work Act.
Australia
17 Mar 2017
9
Can you direct an employee to attend a medical evaluation? It depends, says the Full Federal Court
When negotiating a contract or enterprise agreement, this issue should be addressed in clear and acceptable terms.
Australia
16 Mar 2017
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The cuckoo in the nest: how to protect against employee information theft
The impact of not taking steps to protect confidential company information might prove more costly than you think.
Australia
5 Mar 2017
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No plain sailing for "bullied" ship officer: Awarded only $100 in damages
Employers should carefully consider the wording of employment contracts and policies, and ensure staff understand them.
Australia
3 Jan 2017
12
The cost of dealing with employee information theft
The case shows the importance of being vigilant and acting promptly to minimise the risk and impact of information theft.
Australia
28 Dec 2016
13
I got proceedings, they're multiplying – sham contracting employer may be the one that regulators want
This case is a lesson to employers about what not to do when engaging workers - and the consequences of getting it wrong.
Australia
7 Nov 2016
14
Restraint unenforceable – CFO free to jump ship to major competitor
Clauses which are too broad may be unreasonably restrictive on an employee's ability to obtain other employment.
Australia
7 Nov 2016
15
Can I terminate a labour hire employee when the client no longer wants them on a project?
A recent FWC decision supported an employer who terminated a labour hire employee when his contract was frustrated.
Australia
1 Nov 2016
16
Commission opens the door for employers to be hit for overtime by salaried employees
Employers must specify the applicable award in the contract of employment to avoid any successful underpayment claims.
Australia
17 Oct 2016
17
Flexible working: managing an evolving workplace with emerging risks
Employers must ensure their suite of insurance policies covers risks which may arise from flexible working arrangements.
Australia
14 Jun 2016
18
Evidence, the Essendon 34, and the employee under suspicion
If you suspect misconduct or misuse of confidential information, you may still protect your business and other employees.
Australia
4 May 2016
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Protecting confidential information: A hollow victory filled with an indemnity costs order
Investing in front-end solutions to protect your confidential information may be better than relying on litigation later.
Australia
17 Apr 2016
20
CU LAB: When employees walk, does your confidential information go with them?
There are ways to minimise risks to corporate confidential information and employers should be proactive in this area.
Australia
8 Mar 2016
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