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Is your business ready to adopt Artificial Intelligence?
As Artificial Intelligence regulation develops, businesses must address legal and ethical considerations in AI contracts.
Australia
29 May 2019
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Workplace discrimination: sometimes applicants should adjust their reasonable adjustments
It is important to have rational 'reasonable adjustments' in relation to a claim of discrimination in the workplace.
Australia
23 Jan 2019
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Preventing the HR hangover: vicarious liability and the office Christmas party
Helpful tips for employers on how to minimise bad behaviour and avoid liability for the behaviour of their employees.
Australia
13 Nov 2018
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Work Health & Safety News – 19 September 2018
This newsletter includes links to media releases, reports, cases and legislation relating to work health and safety law.
Australia
21 Sep 2018
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Blurring of professional and personal relationship prevents stop bullying order
The Commission was satisfied that there was a blurring of the line between that of employee and acquaintance/friend.
Australia
20 Jul 2018
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National inquiry into workplace sexual harassment launched
The AHRC has announced that it is conducting a 12-month national inquiry into sexual harassment in Australian workplaces.
Australia
29 Jun 2018
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To assume or not to assume: Assumed disability and discrimination in the workplace
Employers must take particular care, when addressing concerns raised internally about an employee's mental health.
Australia
18 Jun 2018
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The importance of establishing internal procedures for dealing with inappropriate and unwelcome contact in the workplace
Employers owe the receptionists a duty of care which include a duty to protect them against the conduct of the applicant.
Australia
5 May 2018
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All I want for Christmas…is legal protection from vicarious liability
There are some important steps that employers should take to manage potential risks associated with the festive season.
Australia
17 Nov 2017
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No magic escape for employer: Employee who released new book by J.K. Rowlings found to be unfairly dismissed
The Commission did not accept that the Employee was given an opportunity to respond to the reasons for his dismissal.
Australia
3 Aug 2017
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Risks to your business when management action is unreasonable
In Comcare v Martin (2016), an employee made allegations of bullying against her supervisor.
Australia
30 Apr 2017
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Work Health & Safety - What's News - 1 February 2017
The newsletter includes links to recent media releases, reports, cases and legislation relating to work health & safety.
Australia
8 Feb 2017
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Workplace Relations & Safety: Developments in discrimination law
In 2016, courts and tribunals refined how an employer should assess "reasonable adjustments" under discrimination laws.
Australia
8 Feb 2017
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Covert recordings in the workplace: What do employers need to know?
Recent cases indicate it is becoming more common for employees to record contentious conversations in the workplace.
Australia
31 Jul 2016
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The real cost of workplace bullying
Bullying and harassing behaviours can happen at any level of employment, and employers must take steps to address it.
Australia
20 Jun 2016
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Work Health & Safety - What's News - 15 March 2016
The newsletter includes links to recent media releases, reports, cases and legislation relating to work health & safety.
Australia
22 Mar 2016
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Workplace relations & safety
There was a raft of key discrimination cases in 2015 with important implications and lessons for Government and business.
Australia
17 Jan 2016
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The best of 2014: Significant workplace relations & safety cases from 2014
These lawyers saw 2014 as a year of consolidation in the development of law around employment protection legislation.
Australia
9 Jun 2015
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How NOT to respond when an employee announces their pregnancy - Lessons for business from recent cases
Employers should ensure that effective policies and procedures are in place to manage pregnancy and maternity leave.
Australia
2 Jun 2015
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Altering an employee's position to their detriment
The question of whether an employee's redundancy was genuine was again put before the court in this recent decision.
Australia
25 May 2015
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