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Monthly Update—Australian Labour & Employment - January 2019
In this edition of the Update, we first report on new legislation passed in respect of modern slavery, review of Modern Awards and report on the introduction of domestic violence leave into the National Employment Standards ("NES").
Australia
1 Feb 2019
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Increase To The High Income Threshold Under The Fair Work Act 2009 (Cth)
The High Income Threshold for former employees claiming unfair dismissal under the Fair Work Act 2009 (Cth) will increase from $136,700 to $138,900 on 1 July 2016.
Australia
13 Jul 2016
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Fair Work Commission Reports Increase In General Protections Disputes
The Fair Work Commission Annual Report for 2014–15 ("Annual Report") notes a 17.5 percent increase in general protections disputes involving dismissal compared with 2013–14.
Australia
2 Dec 2015
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High Court Clarifies That Injured Workers Can Bring Civil Claims Following FWO Prosecutions
In Tomlinson v Ramsey Food Processing Pty Limited, Justices Bell, Gageler, Keane, Nettle and Chief Justice French unanimously allowed an employee's appeal from a decision of the Court of Appeal of the Supreme Court of New South Wales.
Australia
30 Sep 2015
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Monthly Update - Australian Labour & Employment - June 2015
From 1 July 2015, the income and compensation caps for unfair dismissal claims are set to increase.
Australia
15 Jul 2015
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French Supreme Judicial Court Rules That Employee's Personal Information Processed Before CNIL Registration Cannot Be Used As Evidence To Support Employee Dismissal
This decision overturns a 2009 decision, in which an appellate court decided that personal data processing that enables the employer to monitor employee email did not disqualify the evidence.
France
27 Jan 2015
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Law Firm Investigative Reports No Longer Confidential
Justice Whelan of the Federal Court has held that an investigatory report into the conduct of an employee is not covered by client legal privilege.
Australia
1 Aug 2014
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Federal Circuit Court Opens Door To Discrimination Claim For Dismissal In Event Of Sickness
The Federal Court has permitted an employee, who was dismissed after taking 10 months' leave to fight cancer, to proceed in a claim against his employer.
Australia
1 Aug 2014
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Delay In Reinstatement Inexcusable: Perram
Justice Perram has declined to stay an order for the reinstatement of an employee after the deadline for reinstatement had passed.
Australia
31 Jul 2014
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New Draft Of General Protections Benchbook Released By Fair Work Commission
The Fair Work Commission (FWC) is building up its collection of benchbooks, publishing a draft General Protections Benchbook on 28 November 2013 for public comment.
United States
2 Jan 2014
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Employer Resists Injunction For Reinstatement In Adverse Action Claim
An employee has failed to obtain an injunction against her dismissal after claiming to have been sacked due to her age and her absence on sick leave.
Australia
2 Jan 2014
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$100,000 Adverse Action Award To Dismissed Employee Sends Clear Warning To Employers
An employee who was sacked for failing to complete a workplace assessment following an accident has succeeded in his adverse action claim and was awarded over $100,000.
Australia
6 Nov 2013
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New And Noteworthy - Identifying Key Developments In Australian Labour Regulation
Following a trial last year, Australia's national workplace relations tribunal is offering parties conciliating unfair dismissal claims a "cooling off" period of three business days to give unrepresented parties a chance to seek advice about the proposed settlement.
Australia
8 May 2013
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