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Lessons for employers in low risk industries from $1 million safety step fall
Employers, including those in traditional white collar industries, should continually refine their approach to safety.
Australia
14 Dec 2018
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What can employers expect in the workplace relations space from a new Labor government in 2019?
Industrial relations remains one of the few policy areas in which key differences remain between major political parties.
Australia
13 Dec 2018
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Check your timesheets – in excess of $120,000 in penalties for employer who failed to keep time and wages records
Failure to keep employee records results in penalties as well as difficulty in disproving alleged employee underpayments.
Australia
18 May 2018
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Does it pay to be a casual employee?
Employees could be compensated for annual leave twice if a casual loading is paid to the employee during employment.
Australia
24 Jan 2018
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Employment & Industrial Relations Online: When can you ask employees for a medical certificate?
Employers should implement a policy surrounding the expectations of employees giving notice of personal or carer's leave.
Australia
28 Oct 2015
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A long way from home: The Fair Work Act in a global setting
The global nature of business means that the employment relationship is no longer confined to the Australian mainland.
Australia
23 Oct 2015
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Individuals liable for award underpayments
An individual, not just the employer company, can be liable for compensation or penalties for Award underpayments.
Australia
4 Oct 2015
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Employee Incentive Schemes – the future is back to the past
Securities based employee incentive schemes will now again become a more effective tool to attract and retain staff.
Australia
18 Dec 2014
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Have you missed some important employment law news?
The article discusses recent cases, notices and developments relating to employment law, unfair dismissal and bullying.
Australia
31 Jul 2014
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FBT changes may affect salary packages
The federal government will remove the statutory formula for FBT for both salary-sacrificed and employer-provided cars.
Australia
31 Jul 2013
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