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Revisiting psychological injury involving perception - Lindsay v IMB Ltd
Recent decision confirms the well-established principles governing cases of psychological injury involving perception.
Australia
26 Jun 2019
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A worker has only one shot at an AMS assessment of a workplace injury
A worker is restricted to only one assessment of the degree of permanent impairment resulting from an injurious event.
Australia
30 May 2019
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Workers compensation claims for psychological injury - dual HR and injury investigation - why both?
The focus of a compensation claim (injury) and an HR investigation (conduct) are different, so they cannot be combined.
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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Aggregation of permanent impairment – when is pathology considered the same or identical?
To combine permanent impairment from different injuries, the pathology from each injury must be the same or identical.
Australia
29 Jun 2018
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I am sick ... and that is that! - Managing employee absences
Employers must manage resources (including staffing) effectively and efficiently and employees are obliged to cooperate.
Australia
8 Jun 2018
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Dangers in asbestos litigation
Councils and their risk managers should be aware of potential problems caused by asbestos and take steps to lessen them.
Australia
12 May 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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Pension claims go to High Court
The High Court will discuss whether asbestos victims can recover economic loss based on the loss of pension entitlements.
Australia
26 Feb 2018
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Work injury damages claims in NSW - injured workers entitlements
These claims for damages, under the NSW work injury damages regime, are brought by employees against their employers.
Australia
23 Dec 2017
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Managing employee absences: I am sick ... and that is that!
Employers have the right to manage absences and ask questions of employees.
Australia
20 Dec 2017
12
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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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
14
Asbestos case note - Inability to claim the pension
The plaintiff claimed damages for pension he would lose, for the years between likely death and normal life expectancy.
Australia
25 Aug 2017
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Can subsequent section 74 notices trump a work capacity decision in NSW?
The subsequent section 74 notices complicated the matter, but the work capacity decision could continue to operate.
Australia
9 Aug 2017
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Asbestos case notes
Not many cases run to judgment in the Dust Diseases Tribunal, but these recent decisions relate to interest and damages.
Australia
14 Jul 2017
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Getting tough on drugs and alcohol at work: it is not as straightforward as you may think
Preserving workplace safety should be your main priority and should guide any workplace policy you decide to adopt.
Australia
23 Jun 2017
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Psychological injuries and the section 11A(1) defence – does the evidence pass the test?
A common defence relied upon by employers in psychological injury cases is the section 11A(1)[1] defence.
Australia
18 Jun 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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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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