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Privacy reforms to impact offshore share incentives for Australian employees
Privacy reforms increase the obligations of offshore employers in managing employee share plans for Australian employees.
Australia
19 Dec 2013
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ASIC proposes a fresh approach to the regulation of Australian employee incentive schemes
ASIC is proposing to update and broaden its current employee share scheme class order relief and regulatory guidance.
Australia
9 Dec 2013
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Amendments to Queensland workers' compensation legislation: implications for hiring
Employers should note the amendments to pre-existing injuries and workers' compensation claims of prospective employees.
Australia
16 Nov 2013
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Management within management - Employment law issues for fashion retail concessions
The operation of a concessions store within a department store can often be an attractive alternative to opening a stand-alone retail store
Australia
2 May 2013
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Sweeping changes to the Safety, Rehabilitation & Compensation Act recommended following the review
The QC's report on the Review followed a 'detailed examination of the operation of the SRC Act and the Comcare Scheme'.
Australia
7 Apr 2013
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Walking The 'Reasonable Administrative Action' Tightrope
The AAT and the courts have clarified what constitutes 'reasonable administrative action taken in a reasonable manner".
Australia
29 Sep 2012
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Win Wise: Flexibility In The Workplace - Just what is reasonableness?
The article outlines guidelines that employers can use to consider and respond to requests for flexibile work practices.
Australia
4 Sep 2012
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Extending US employee share, option or restricted stock unit plans to Australian employees
The paper highlights some legal and tax issues that US parent and Australian subsidiary companies need to consider.
Australia
8 Aug 2012
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Dad and partner pay: Parliament amends the Paid Parental Leave Act
The amendments are relevant for fathers and same-sex partners, who can now claim two weeks of paid paternity leave.
Australia
1 Jul 2012
10
Paying the price for unpaid interns
The Fair Work Ombudsman has announced an investigation into work experience placements, internships and unpaid trials.
Australia
21 Apr 2012
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Does a two-year Warsaw Convention time bar apply to a workers' compensation indemnity claim?
The decision is a concern for airlines, but will be gladly received by workers' compensation insurers and employers.
Australia
18 Mar 2012
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Beijing requires employers to pay Trade Union Reserve Fund for Beijing-based employees
It will be mandatory for each enterprise to pay such funds regardless of whether it has established a trade union.
China
18 Dec 2011
13
Extending US employee stock plans to UK employees: what you need to know
Which type of share incentive plan is most tax effective for UK participants in a US employee stock plan?
Australia
29 Oct 2011
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The employer giveth... but may not get it back
A discussion of impediments upon the capacity of employers to deduct employee's wages to recover monies owing.
Australia
1 Sep 2011
15
Employer control over union entry weakened
Two recent decisions dealing with right of entry protocol to the workplace.
Australia
30 Jun 2011
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Can an employer be forced to pay a discretionary bonus?
An employee can allege that it is an implied term of the contract that the employer will act with due regard for the purposes of the contract and not act capriciously or unfairly. Now a landmark case has found an obligation on an employer to set reasonable targets and reasonably assess the amount of bonus.
Australia
11 Apr 2011
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NZ Employment Update
From 1 April 2011 significant changes to employment law will come into effect. Now is the time to ensure your policies and procedures are up to date. Here is a brief explanation of each of the new provisions.
Australia
30 Mar 2011
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Fair Work Australia orders PABO to unions for excessive wage claims
In the recent decision of AMWU & AWU v Premium Wine Brands Pty Limited [2011] FWA 1328, Fair Work Australia (FWA) ordered a Protected Ballot Action Order (PABO) for the unions to take protected industrial action in circumstances where excessive wage claims were made.
Australia
21 Mar 2011
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TWU case sets precedent for unions to force employers into bargaining
The recent case involving the Transport Workers Union of Australia (TWU) and employer JJ Richards & Sons Pty Ltd (JJR) in Fair Work Australia (FWA) gives unions power to use protected industrial action in order to drive an employer to enter into bargaining in circumstances where the formal bargaining regime under the Fair Work Act 2009 (Cth) (FW Act) has not commenced.
Australia
23 Feb 2011
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Don't meddle with staff who engage in union activity at work
The Full Court yesterday handed down a decision that hardens the test that employers must meet to defend claims that they have acted 'adversely' against staff who are performing activities as union officials.
Australia
10 Feb 2011
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