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The New Year workplace health check
From training to technology, a quick workplace health check can uncover important action items for 2018.
Australia
3 Feb 2018
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Late arrivals can spoil the party: FWC reinforces consultation required with all bargaining representatives
Employers must give all bargaining representatives a genuine opportunity to consider and comment on any new agreement.
Australia
3 Feb 2018
3
Technical problems with Notice of Employee Representational Rights (NERR) in enterprise agreements - delays in legislative fix
Legislation to give the FWC discretion to approve an enterprise agreement despite technical NERR defects has stalled.
Australia
22 Dec 2017
4
High Court gives significant win to employers during enterprise bargaining
Employers' rights to prevent inappropriate and unlawful union conduct during enterprise bargaining have been reinforced.
Australia
11 Dec 2017
5
CU LAB: Uncovering conflicts of interest in employment - what can you ask?
The conversations required to uncover conflicts of interest in employment can sometimes be difficult and awkward.
Australia
27 Nov 2017
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Broad business support for modern slavery legislation, and some improvements suggested
Feedback from the business community and organisations will be reflected in the proposed bill to combat modern slavery.
Australia
27 Nov 2017
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The importance of well-drafted garden leave period clauses
When an employee resigns to join a competitor, employers should be expressly entitled to order a period of garden leave.
Australia
15 Oct 2017
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Union must wear Full Bench decision that ban on uniforms did not constitute industrial action
Banning work uniforms or requiring employees to wear campaign clothing may not be "industrial action" under the FW Act.
Australia
15 Oct 2017
9
The implied freedom of political communication does not help an employee who disagrees with their workplace policies
Expressing personal political views is not protected by the implied constitutional freedom of political communication.
Australia
1 Oct 2017
10
A bridge too far: The Vulnerable Workers Bill eroding the presumption of innocence for more than just dodgy employers?
Until section 557C of the FWA is clarified, all employers must be careful of their extensive record-keeping obligations.
Australia
17 Sep 2017
11
Termination of the Murdoch University Enterprise Agreement and its impact on future bargaining
The decision has significant implications for future enterprise agreement negotiations in the tertiary education sector.
Australia
11 Sep 2017
12
Breaking up is not so easy: The employer/ union relationship during bargaining
Whether an employer agrees to bargain with employees or not, it is impossible and in fact foolish to just ignore unions.
Australia
3 Sep 2017
13
Microchipping employees in Australia: the technological ideal v legal reality
The technology is coming, but an employer can only require employees to comply with "lawful and reasonable" directions.
Australia
22 Aug 2017
14
Penalty rate cuts for hospitality and retail sectors – phased reductions commence on 1 July 2017
The Fair Work Commission made a decision that the reductions in Sunday penalty rates would be phased in over four years.
Australia
8 Jun 2017
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Enterprise agreement drafting: the value of getting it right - and the way to do it
Ensure drafting of clauses is as clear and unambiguous as possible and precisely reflects the intention of the parties.
Australia
26 May 2017
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Fee, FIFO, fum: Changes to the FIFO workforce are to come
Queensland will be making significant changes to the workplace and environmental frameworks for resources projects.
Australia
14 May 2017
17
Anti-bullying vs disciplinary process: Fair Work Commission asked to find the balance
Anti-bullying laws might be used by employees facing a potentially adverse disciplinary process to delay or halt it.
Australia
17 Apr 2017
18
Senior employees and managers cry adverse action! at every turn
This article provides examples of senior employees who unsuccessfully claimed they were subjected to adverse action.
Australia
17 Apr 2017
19
Court of Appeal can't see landmark in crash landing case
The NSW Court of Appeal quashed a landmark decision that saw an aircraft accident survivor awarded compensation for PTSD.
Australia
17 Mar 2017
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"I'm only after a casual relationship" says the employer. "Yeah, yeah whatever" says the court
The employee, defined as a "casual" under his enterprise agreement, was a permanent employee under the Fair Work Act.
Australia
17 Mar 2017
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