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Holding Redlich
This article outlines proposed changes and the steps employers should consider in responding to these proposed changes.
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
The review examines Parliament's management of unacceptable behaviour, such as bullying, harassment and sexual misconduct.
Pointon Partners
Fair Work Regulations now explicitly categorise sexual harassment as "serious misconduct" for the unfair dismissal laws.
This recent FCAFC decision demonstrated that fitting an employee's role into an award classification is difficult.
Coleman Greig Lawyers
The Fair Work Commission confirmed key matters in relation to casual employment according to recent legislative changes.
Holding Redlich
Employers must have regular discussions with their employees about current training and safety protocols and procedures.
People + Culture Strategies
Employers should remind employees of expiration of employment contract and confirm no further offers of employment.
Corrs Chambers Westgarth
Link to commentary on key employment law developments in Australia during 2021.
Coleman Greig Lawyers
Overview of the restrictions, financial assistance, vaccines & key issues discussed.
Pointon Partners
Employees earning >$158,500 are ineligible to bring an unfair dismissal claim unless they can show that a MA or EA applies to them.
Sometimes an employer can lawfully terminate your employment. Some of the factors considered by the FWC are discussed.
Gilchrist Connell
Section 18 allows injured workers to apply for an order for the pre-injury employer to provide "suitable employment".
PCC Employment Lawyers
Falsely claiming personal/carer's leave amounts to misconduct because it is a breach of an employee's duty of good faith.
PCC Employment Lawyers
A 'day' for paid personal/carer's leave is one tenth of the employee's ordinary hours of work in a two-week period.
Coleman Greig Lawyers
For these facts, successive short-term contracts over a period of 2.5 years were found not to be continuous employment.
PCC Employment Lawyers
Any breaches can be costly, so small business employers should know their obligations to employees under employment law.
Holman Webb
There are many issues for an employer to consider when deciding whether it can direct its workers to be vaccinated.
Effective 18 July 2021, the NSW Government has tightened stay at home orders in place across the Greater Sydney area.
Piper Alderman
The New Lock Down Measures will cover the Greater Sydney Region and will significantly affect a range of businesses.
Vincent Young
In a case involving Mondelez (Company), the Fair Work Commission (FWC) has found that an employee who was engaged in eight maximum term contracts over two and half years ...
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