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Preventative steps all employers should take to minimise risks associated with work Christmas parties
Employers cannot completely eliminate employee misconduct at work functions, but preventative steps will minimise risks.
Australia
1 Dec 2018
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Casual employee held to be entitled to annual leave
Employers using casuals on a regular and systematic basis may be exposed to claims for leave, even after casual loading.
Australia
14 Sep 2018
3
External advisers penalised for exploitation of vulnerable workers by a client
The accessorial liability provisions of the Act have broad reaching implications on a range of persons and companies.
Australia
14 Sep 2018
4
Casual conversion – changes from 1 October 2018
Casual employees can, subject to certain prerequisites, request a full time or part time position after a period of time.
Australia
14 Sep 2018
5
Family and domestic violence leave to be included in modern awards
Unpaid family and domestic violence leave will soon be a compulsory entitlement for employees covered by modern awards
Australia
2 Jul 2018
6
New Long Service Leave Act 2018 for Victorian employers
The 2018 Act unfortunately retains much of the antiquated language and many of the antiquated concepts of the 1992 Act.
Australia
2 Jul 2018
7
Employer risk management: Misleading and deceptive conduct in recruitment
Employers and recruiters should be aware of potential liability for representations made during the recruitment process.
Australia
2 Jul 2018
8
Minimum Award Wages to increase by 3.5% from 1 July 2018
Employers should review their pay arrangements and ensure they are prepared for the increase in wages.
Australia
5 Jun 2018
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Union right of entry: 10 things an employer should know
The ten key things employers should know when it comes to union right of entry.
Australia
3 Apr 2018
10
Volunteers: when good intentions can get you into trouble
Volunteer programs are under scrutiny from the Fair Work Ombudsman and the penalties for getting them wrong are severe.
Australia
31 Mar 2018
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The ten key things in a To-Do list for every HR Manager in 2018
The article lists 10 key things which should be on every HR Manager or Business Owner's list of things to do in 2018.
Australia
26 Feb 2018
12
The checklist all employers should follow when arranging work Christmas parties
There are a number of preventative steps that employers should take to minimise the risk associated with work functions.
Australia
2 Dec 2017
13
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
14
When boardroom bullying leads to a Fair Work Commission claim
Directors may be surprised to discover that they can now be held accountable for their behaviour in the boardroom.
Australia
27 Oct 2017
15
Penalty rate cuts to continue undisturbed
The FWC decision to cut penalty rates will stand after a case brought by Unions was dismissed by the Full Federal Court.
Australia
16 Oct 2017
16
New compliance obligations for employers and franchisors
The new Act increases the exposure and legal responsibilities of employers and franchisors within their franchise system.
Australia
25 Sep 2017
17
Payment of annualised salaries under the Hospitality Industry General Award 2010: Is your business at risk of an underpayment claim?
Employers should check annualised salary arrangements and associated employment contracts to avoid an underpayment claim.
Australia
6 Sep 2017
18
Constructive dismissal – when is a resignation not a resignation?
These cases illustrate what employers need to be aware of when considering constructive dismissal in their workplace.
Australia
25 Aug 2017
19
Casual conversion (and how it may impact your business)
Casual conversion is the ability of casual employees to seek to convert their employment to full time or part time.
Australia
25 Aug 2017
20
Workplace surveillance – is big brother (legally) watching?
This article examines recording devices in the workplace within the various employment, privacy and surveillance laws.
Australia
25 Aug 2017
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