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Workplace bullying – past behaviour relevant in Fair Work Commission's new jurisdiction
The Full Bench of the Commission has found that the new laws can apply to bullying that occurred before 1 January 2014.
Australia
28 Mar 2014
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Mandatory employment of females in Saudi Arabia: key points for retailers
The Saudi Ministry of Labour has issued two ministerial Decisions requiring certain retail businesses to employ females.
Saudi Arabia
18 Jan 2014
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Out of hours employee misconduct - when is it a workplace issue?
The line between conduct that may be said to have taken place within or outside the workplace is often quite blurry.
Australia
23 Dec 2013
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End-of-year party precautions and the top tips to manage this risk
There are practical steps which can manage the risks at office social functions, prevent incidents and defend claims.
Australia
23 Dec 2013
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Workplace guides in place for start of Australian anti-bullying laws in 2014 - Replacing proposed Code of Practice
While the Bullying Guide will not have the same legal force as a Code of Practice, it will set a national benchmark.
Australia
3 Dec 2013
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Workplace bullying guides in place - replacing proposed Code of Practice
Safe Work Australia has determined to release its draft Code of Practice on Workplace Bullying in the form of a Guide.
Australia
22 Nov 2013
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Australian LGBTI discrimination at work - What do amendments to federal discrimination law mean for employers?
LGBTI people can now make a complaint to the Australian Human Rights Commission if they are subject to discrimination.
Australia
8 Oct 2013
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The Bullying Code: Harmonised work health and safety laws pushing boundaries into white collar work
The Code will create a national standard for best practice management in relation to workplace bullying in Australia.
Australia
12 Sep 2013
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Workplace bullying - amendments to the Fair Work Act 2009 (Cth)
On 1 January 2014, new workplace bullying laws will form part of the Fair Work Act 2009 (Cth).
Australia
30 Jul 2013
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Defending claims of discrimination and harassment: A warning for "Vanilla Flavoured Policies"
The Oracle decision reaffirms the value of having well-drafted and comprehensive discrimination and harassment policies.
Australia
5 May 2013
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National Disability Insurance Scheme: no premium funding spells good news for insurers
The funding for the Scheme looks very different from the one recommended in the Productivity Commission's 2011 report.
Australia
7 Apr 2013
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Be careful whom you kiss this Valentine's Day
On Valentine's Day, remember that stepping over the line can constitute sexual harassment and sexual discrimination.
Australia
14 Feb 2013
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To see increased discrimination claims and a new approach to defending them in 2013
The proposed changes could make it more attractive to choose the federal jurisdiction as opposed to state jurisdictions.
Australia
22 Jan 2013
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Equality 101: putting gender back on the agenda
Companies will need to ensure that internal policies and affirmative action plans are adaptable and results-driven.
Australia
11 Mar 2012
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Roses are red, violets are blue: dealing with unwelcome Valentines in the workplace
How an employer can manage sexual harassment in a way that working relationships are able to continue effectively.
Australia
15 Feb 2012
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Social media in the workplace: the double-edged sword
Social media, once feared by employers, has become an important tool in the workplace.
Australia
16 Sep 2011
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Don't dismiss me so easily because I'm an executive
Executives have a plethora of rights even if their employment is terminated without agreement.
Australia
5 Sep 2011
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Case Summary and it's Implications - Ross and Anor v Ice TV [2010] NSW CA 272
A recent New South Wales Court of Appeal decision upheld the validity of a restraint clause that prevented two executives from soliciting clients or competing with their former employer's business for 12 months
Australia
11 Nov 2010
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Social Media, WorkplaceBullying and Personal Grievance Laws
The NZ Employment Bulletin is designed to keep you up to date and informed on the latest legal developments and legislative changes in workplace relations and employment.
New Zealand
8 Mar 2010
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Are you Socially Adjusted? Dealing with Employee Behaviour on Social Media Sites
This issue has yet to be fully tested in New Zealand, but overseas decisions give us some insight as to how to tackle the misuse of social networking sites and blogs. Generally if the conduct damages the employer’s reputation or business relationships, or internal employment relationships, then the employee’s employment may be in jeopardy. Each case should be dealt with on its own merits.
New Zealand
8 Mar 2010
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