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Links to media releases, publications, in practice & courts & legislation relating to Work Health & Safety.
Holding Redlich
The need for employers to exercise caution when managing employees with mental illness was highlighted in this decision.
Watkins Tapsell
Employers should review the contracts and rosters for casual employees, to determine the implications of this decision.
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
The government doubled unemployment payments and renamed them JobSeeker after so many people were suddenly unemployed.
McCullough Robertson
This decision clarifies the obligations of employers and the rights of other stood down workers throughout Australia.
Holding Redlich
This newsletter includes COVID-19 news, media releases, statistics, reports and cases relating to work health & safety.
Holding Redlich
The update links to COVID news, media releases, reports, cases and laws relating to employment and workplace relations.
PCC Employment Lawyers
Article warns that payroll compliance is going to be a key focus area for the FWO & the Federal Government in 2020.
Among the many interesting developments considered by the President of the FWC was an analysis of the Jobkeeper disputes.
Kott Gunning
Mandatory COVID Safety Plans aim to assist WA businesses reopening or recommencing previously restricted operations.
Higher unemployment, nervous employees and dodgy employers are suggested reasons for a surge in unfair dismissal claims.
Carroll & O'Dea
A necessary piece of legislation that, amongst other things, directly impacts some long term injured Victorian workers.
Carroll & O'Dea
WCIRS will review certain unresolved workers compensation decisions once they have gone through the conciliation process.
An overview of two recent cases that considered the payment of redundancy during the COVID-19 crisis.
Coleman Greig Lawyers
The case confirmed that the Uber Eats driver could not pursue Uber Eats for unfair dismissal as she was not an employee.
Carroll & O'Dea
NSW workers who were exposed to COVID-19 at work and have since contracted the virus should claim workers compensation.
Norton Rose Fulbright Australia
The amendments recognise the effect of COVID-19 on finding a new job or returning to work by long-term injured workers.
As part of a four-year review, Australia's Fair Work Commission (FWC) has made important salary-related changes to a number of modern awards. Modern
Carroll & O'Dea
A worker should lodge both documents with their employer as soon as possible after becoming aware of the related injury.
If a worker contracts COVID-19 during the course of their employment, then he or she should claim workers compensation.
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