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Redundancy pay must now reflect employees' previous periods of casual employment
Employers will need to reconsider how they calculate redundancy pay following a recent Fair Work Commission decision.
Australia
21 Aug 2016
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Ordinary and customary: three simple words but 30 years of confusion
This phrase is a very commonly used phrase in industrial relations, although it has been interpreted very differently.
Australia
29 Dec 2015
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Budget sets new maximum payment for redundancy pay under the Fair Entitlements Guarantee (FEG)
The change guarantees unpaid employee entitlements in the event of insolvency or bankruptcy of that person's employer.
Australia
15 May 2014
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Relocating to redeploy overseas in unfair dismissal claim
A FWC decision sheds light on multinational companies' obligation to consider overseas employment options for redundancy.
Australia
14 Dec 2013
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Redundancy vs redeployment in multinational companies
A recent FWC case held it is only necessary to consider international options for redeployment in certain circumstances.
Australia
13 Dec 2013
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Employer's belief at the time of termination doesn't mean there's a valid reason for the dismissal
When looking to dismiss an employee, it is imperative employers have a valid reason for the dismissal at the time of the dismissal.
Australia
30 Sep 2011
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More on genuine redundancy under the Fair Work Act
There is a substantial obligation on the employer to place an otherwise redundant employee elsewhere in its organisation, including within associated entities if it wishes to avoid an unfair dismissal claim.
Australia
16 Mar 2011
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Court values non-pecuniary aspects of workplace
The recent Federal Court decision in Quinn v Overland [2010] FCA 799 highlights the increasing recognition placed by courts on the importance of the non-pecuniary aspects of a workplace to employees.
Australia
7 Nov 2010
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Bargaining about a proposed enterprise agreement's scope? Lessons for employers from MSS Security
Where bargaining representatives disagree about the scope of an enterprise agreement, employers have bargaining obligations in respect of all employees who fall within the widest proposed scope, even if the employer has not agreed to bargain in respect of some of those employees.
Australia
18 Oct 2010
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When is it "appropriate" to terminate Enterprise Agreements?
When considering whether to terminate an expired enterprise agreement, Fair Work Australia must now consider whether it is "appropriate" to do so in all the circumstances.
Australia
18 Oct 2010
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Genuine redundancy: What are the redeployment obligations of employers?
The redeployment obligation requires an employer to actually transfer the employee rather than simply assist the employee to find an alternative position.
Australia
18 Oct 2010
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