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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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Rush awarded $850k for defamation: a set-back for #metoo?
The #metoo movement has started a very important conversation, and continues to be a powerful engine of social change.
Australia
15 Apr 2019
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CEO Update - Adapting to a rapidly changing workplace
Many workplace changes have not been driven by legislation, but cultural changes such as technology and discrimination.
Australia
6 Apr 2019
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Same-same but different: it is time to close the gender pay gap
The article looks at the gender wage gap (for like-for-like roles) and suggests actions to reduce the gender pay gap.
Australia
22 Mar 2019
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Sexual harassment: in the spotlight
Article explores why sexual harassment is still prevalent in the workplace despite it being illegal for some time.
Australia
27 Jun 2018
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Something smelly, perhaps loud ... but nothing to see: what am I? Is farting bullying behaviour?
Justice Zammit in the Victorian Supreme Court was asked to determine whether farting at work was bullying behaviour.
Australia
26 Apr 2018
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A broken system: general pains for employers with adverse action claims
The system in relation to adverse action claims is flawed as it encourages and protects unmeritorious claims.
Australia
6 Feb 2018
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Managing risk and avoiding victimisation when responding to workplace complaints
The prospect of a victimisation complaint is reduced if give measured response to an employee complaint and perceived risks.
Australia
20 Dec 2017
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NSW Government Workplace Webinar Series - Odds and ends: laws worth knowing about in employment
Advising on employment matters requires a knowledge of more than just industrial, discrimination and safety legislation.
Australia
7 Sep 2017
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When governing is work and decision-making turns into bullying - bullying in the boardroom?
The anti-bullying provisions have a broad reach and stretch beyond the traditional limitations of employer and employee.
Australia
15 Jun 2017
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No room for hate in the workplace
This recent case explored the disciplining of an employee for expressing his personal views on sexuality on social media.
Australia
2 May 2017
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Harsh, unjust or unreasonable: is the unfair dismissal regime broken?
The unfair dismissal scheme needs refinement to deal robustly and decisively with inappropriate behaviours in workplaces.
Australia
8 Dec 2016
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