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The potential cost of free labour: what makes an intern an employee?
An intern arrangement must be structured as a vocational placement where the main purpose benefits the student or worker.
Australia
30 Oct 2017
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The long and the short of it: Victorian Government announces new long service leave legislative scheme
Victorian employers should be aware of these proposed changes to ensure compliance if the Long Service Bill becomes law.
Australia
29 Sep 2017
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Employers can avoid opening the floodgates on reasonable administrative action
Lim gives applicants a better grounding in bringing a claim, but employers should not panic about a flood of old cases.
Australia
26 May 2017
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Disease caused by reasonable administrative action not compensable
Employers should not shy away from decisions affecting an employee's employment if they have a sound basis for doing so.
Australia
28 Nov 2016
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Employee not entitled to compensation for injury sustained while working flexibly from home
Employees will not necessarily be entitled to compensation for injuries arising from all activities if working from home.
Australia
20 Sep 2016
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New industrial relations system on the way for Queensland public sector employees
Workplace laws for Queensland public sector employees are about to undergo a significant realignment with this new bill.
Australia
14 Sep 2016
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Flexible working: managing an evolving workplace with emerging risks
Employers must ensure their suite of insurance policies covers risks which may arise from flexible working arrangements.
Australia
14 Jun 2016
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Service in related entities outside Australia counts towards WA long service leave entitlements
When calculating long service leave entitlements, WA employers must include all continuous service with related bodies.
Australia
20 May 2016
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Insurance cover can leave you exposed: earnings and the high income threshold for unfair dismissal
To determine if an employee is protected by the unfair dismissal regime, carefully consider all the employee's benefits.
Australia
19 May 2016
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Changes to Employee Share Scheme reporting in 2016
Australian listed companies reporting via the share registry are not affected, but others may find the changes a burden.
Australia
6 Apr 2016
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In the course of employment - have the goalposts moved?
Courts continue to struggle to provide clear guidelines as to what activity is private or in the course of employment.
Australia
29 Dec 2015
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Changes to Queensland's workers' compensation legislation in effect
While not all 2o13 changes have been reversed, employers need to understand the changes and their rights and obligations.
Australia
7 Oct 2015
13
CU LAB: Income tax and employee share schemes - good news for start-ups?
The Government is trying to fix problems with the current tax treatment of employee share schemes.
Australia
5 Apr 2015
14
1 July changes proposed to the taxation of employee share schemes
Employers should start considering new or updated employee share schemes now, in order to benefit from these reforms..
Australia
2 Mar 2015
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Improvements proposed to the taxation of employee share scheme provisions
The changes are welcome, and should increase the attractiveness of ESS as an effective way to attract and retain staff.
Australia
11 Feb 2015
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No place for outdated restrictions in modern workplace to improve productivity
Improving workplace productivity requires a flexible, multi-faceted approach to reflect the reality of a modern economy.
Australia
11 Feb 2015
17
ASIC's new policy on Employee Incentive Schemes now in operation
Employee incentive schemes will be easier to implement under this new ASIC policy, which started on 30 October 2014.
Australia
17 Nov 2014
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Queensland's united workers compensation and safety agency
This one-stop shop for workers' compensation and safety means that employers should update incident reporting protocols.
Australia
5 Nov 2014
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New Federal Government Innovation Policy: Green light for employee option schemes but crowd funding delayed
There are mixed messages for start-up companies in the Government's new "Industry Innovation And Competitiveness Agenda".
Australia
5 Nov 2014
20
Upcoming changes to work health and safety laws in SA and WA - what you need to know
SA significantly alters its return to work laws while WA opts for modernisation, not harmonisation, of its WH&S laws.
Australia
22 Aug 2014
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