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United Voice v Berkeley Challenge: Federal Court determines that dismissed employees entitled to redundancy pay
The principal issue that was considered in the case was whether the dismissed employees were entitled to redundancy pay.
Australia
26 Apr 2018
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The parent trap – Adverse action, parental leave and redundancy
It may not unlawful to make an employee redundant while on parental leave, but employers could still face adverse action.
Australia
14 Mar 2016
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Redundancy payments and the ordinary and customary turnover of labour
Redundancy payments do not apply if the termination has been because of the 'ordinary and customary' turnover of labour.
Australia
22 Dec 2015
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Full Federal Court finds facilitating is not the same as obtaining other acceptable employment for redundant employees
Employer efforts which fall short of procuring an offer of employment will not warrant a reduction in redundancy pay.
Australia
 
6 Aug 2015
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Fair Work Act: Are General Protections Claims on the Rise?
The Fair Work Australia Annual Report for 2010-11 showed that use of the general protections provisions has increased.
Australia
 
18 Jul 2012
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