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Coleman Greig Lawyers
If a business does not have well-drafted policies, it may be a challenge in the future if disciplinary action is needed.
Gilchrist Connell
We have prepared an information sheet covering some frequently asked questions that our employer clients are asking us.
Herbert Smith Freehills
On 5 March 2020, the Australian Human Rights Commission (the Commission) released its long-awaited report on sexual harassment in Australian workplaces, "Respect@Work".
Kells
The WCC found that Seven Network was the main contributing factor to her injury, so she was entitled to compensation.
Moores
This article aims to debunk some of the myths surrounding secret recordings and also strives to demystify the legalities.
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
Employers who do not review payroll systems risk significant penalties because of non-compliance with their obligations.
Holding Redlich
"In the course of, or arising out of" employment is often contested in negligence and workers' compensation claims.
Herbert Smith Freehills
The 2020 edition of our annual Guide to Employment and Workplace Relations in Australia has been published, providing a comprehensive and practical overview of Australian employment regulation.
Coleman Greig Lawyers
Article discusses why you need a Relationships in the Workplace Policy.
Cooper Grace Ward
Any new systems and methods for the collection and use of sensitive employee information must be legally compliant.
Cooper Grace Ward
The High Court will consider an appeal of a controversial decision about the meaning of a 'day' for leave entitlements.
McCullough Robertson
Wage theft is a key focus area for the Fair Work Ombudsman, so employers must be aware of underpayments and penalties.
Kott Gunning
The FWC has made changes to annualised salary provisions of modern awards from its 4-yearly modern award review process.
Vincent Young
The closing date for submissions is 3 April 2020.
Swaab
Changes in these modern awards will impose more obligations on employers with respect to award-covered salaried employees
Cooper Grace Ward
If you wish to use annualised salaries in Modern Awards, you will need to ensure you comply with the new requirements.
MDC Legal
New annualised salary clauses for a number of modern awards increase the obligations of employers as of 1 March 2020.
Coleman Greig Lawyers
Employers must keep comprehensive and current employee time and wage records and stay up to date with Award changes.
McCullough Robertson
Employers should continually review arrangements with casual employees, for any changes in the employment relationship.
Bartier Perry
Most people are unaware of physical and psychological impacts that this crisis has on career and volunteer firefighters.
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