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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
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Cause not needed to dismiss a senior executive
In this case, the Court considered that Council could terminate the CEO's contract without cause and by paying notice.
Australia
17 May 2019
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Casual employee conversion: notification obligations by 1 January 2019
Before the end of 2018, employers must send a notification of the prospective changes to regular casual employees.
Australia
26 Dec 2018
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The power and the passion - no dismissal jurisdiction for council employee passion for the exotic aerial arts of hoops, silks, bars and poles
There are situations where Councils could consider a reasonable request of employees to reduce or change work hours.
Australia
20 Dec 2018
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All I want for Christmas is some certainty - around casual employment
A new regulation prevents 'double dipping' by casual employees claiming both casual loadings and annual leave payments.
Australia
17 Dec 2018
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Fair Work Commission – recent changes – let us get flexible, flexible
Businesses must now genuinely try to reach agreement in relation to a request for flexible work by an award covered employee.
Australia
28 Nov 2018
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Is dismissing a complaining employee flying too close to the sun?
Care needs to be taken when flying close to the sun and dismissing a worker in relation to any complaint or grievance.
Australia
12 Nov 2018
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STOP PRESS: Government wades into casual confusion
The realm of casual employment has recently become a chaotic place - and government has made it a bit more political.
Australia
22 Oct 2018
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Shakespeare was right: Whats in a name? Not much when it comes to casual employees
The Court ruled that an employee who was employed and paid as a casual was still entitled to annual leave entitlements.
Australia
6 Oct 2018
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Smart, Visual and other work contracts - the new frontier of simplified labour management
The contracts must also be clear across cultural and technological divides, with minimal risk of dispute or disagreement.
Australia
7 Jun 2018
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The risk from within: employee fraud & theft
If a business finds itself a victim of fraud at the hands of an employee, a number of practical steps can be taken.
Australia
31 May 2018
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The gig economy: the good, the bad and the downright unregulated
This is the first of a two part series focussing on the gig economy and its key stakeholders.
Australia
16 May 2018
13
Workplace scandals: some lessons for employers
Article examines 2 recent scandals and identifies some lessons for employers when investigating workplace complaints.
Australia
3 Apr 2018
14
Uber not an employer: for now
Uber claimed he was an independent contractor, so was not eligible to access the unfair dismissal jurisdiction: Uber won.
Australia
3 Feb 2018
15
Room for uncertainty: a new approach to fixed term contracts?
The uncertainty after this decision points to a need for more administration and better contract management by employers.
Australia
16 Jan 2018
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Managing employee absences: I am sick ... and that is that!
Employers have the right to manage absences and ask questions of employees.
Australia
20 Dec 2017
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Secondary employment: the risks for employees working other jobs
Government sector regulations and recent decisions of NSW Industrial Relations Commission dealing with secondary employment.
Australia
20 Dec 2017
18
Workplace facts and figures, effective 1 July 2017
With a new Financial Year, there are a number of key employment thresholds that have changed from 1 July 2017.
Australia
25 Jul 2017
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To be, or not to be: casual is the question
Casual conversion clauses in Modern Awards will allow casual employees to convert to part-time or full-time permanency.
Australia
18 Jul 2017
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Accessorial liability: increased fines on the horizon and payroll providers in the gun
A responsible franchisor entity could be responsible for the contraventions by other members of the franchise network.
Australia
23 May 2017
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