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Tweet, tweet: a High Court case on employee dismissal and social media
The High Court will hear an appeal about the dismissal of a government employee for tweeting highly critical comments.
Australia
20 Mar 2019
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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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Domestic violence: a changing landscape for workplaces
Domestic violence is a big issue for the Australian community, and is now an issue confronting all Australian workplaces.
Australia
19 Dec 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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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
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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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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
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Employee disputes: a settlement is a settlement.
Tips to ensure that a settlement with a disgruntled employee ends the dispute.
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
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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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Is two jobs too many? Fatigue in the workplace
Employers have legal duties to protect the health and safety of all employees at work, so excessive hours may be a risk.
Australia
8 Jun 2017
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Harsh, unjust or unreasonable: is the unfair dismissal regime broken?
We are familiar with the long standing approach of industrial tribunals in determining whether a dismissal was unfair.
Australia
5 Mar 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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