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Redundancy pay entitlements and the ordinary and customary turnover of labour exception: does it apply to you?
Whether the Exception applies is a question of fact, and depends on the employer's business and on each termination.
Australia
31 Mar 2018
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The importance of meaningful consultation with regard to any proposed redundancy
Employers must ensure that employees are made fully aware of the types of changes that are proposed to be implemented.
Australia
27 Oct 2017
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The need to redeploy in a genuine redundancy
Employers and HR managers must first identify whether an employee can be reasonably redeployed within the enterprise.
Australia
10 Mar 2017
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Workplace relations useful facts: Did you know?
The article covers a few useful facts which may help to guide you through some potentially complex workplace situations.
Australia
29 Apr 2016
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2015 – The year that was: A workplace relations recap
2015 was rife with changes to the workplace relations landscape and the article highlights only some of the developments.
Australia
22 Dec 2015
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Termination of employment: to load or not to load - that was the question
Upon termination, employers must continue to pay loading on accrued annual leave.
Australia
11 Apr 2015
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New Unfair Dismissal Laws May Be Too Little, Too Late
With the economic downturn having intensified in Australia in the first half of 2009, it is increasingly clear that the Rudd Government's new unfair dismissal laws will arrive too late to soften the blow of redundancy for many of those affected.
Australia
3 Mar 2009
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