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Watkins Tapsell
Employers should familiarise themselves with these changes and notify their casual employees with these provisions.
Madgwicks
Employers may be exposed to claims for accrued entitlements for casual employees engaged regularly and systematically.
Holding Redlich
This guide summarises key recent cases to provide some guidance to business on the challenges of the gig economy.
PCC Employment Lawyers
When drafted properly, position descriptions can be an invaluable tool for both employers and employees.
PCC Employment Lawyers
Article contains a link to a podcast where 3 lawyers engage in an in-depth discussion about flexible work arrangements.
Worrells Solvency & Forensic Accountants
Advisors and business owners should get early expert advice on this issue of employee versus contractor entitlements.
Vincent Young
The Fair Work Commission (FWC) has once again confirmed that parties cannot alter the true nature of a relationship by putting a different label on it.
MDC Legal
This article outlines an employer's key obligations while an employee is on, and when they return from, parental leave.
MDC Legal
Employers have successfully filed cross claims against employees after an employee filed a claim against the employer.
Stacks Law Firm
Article discusses the blurred lines between the classification of a worker as a contractor or an employee. New precedent set.
Colin Biggers & Paisley
Article highlights that employers should continue to manage their risk around casual employees & provides risk mitigation tips.
Holding Redlich
Non-complying employers could be exposed to underpayment claims with penalties for breaches of the modern award.
HHG Legal Group
Employers should have reviewed all awards and enterprise agreements and implemented any necessary changes to payroll.
Coleman Greig Lawyers
Further requirements are imposed on standard business sponsors when terminating employees who are on a visa.
Colin Biggers & Paisley
Article highlights the importance of a carefully considered and drafted restraint of trade clause in a contract of employment.
Colin Biggers & Paisley
Employers only need to make super contributions in respect of earnings for ordinary hours at ordinary rates of pay.
Colin Biggers & Paisley
Employers should be aware of, and seek advice about, these changes to workplace laws that commenced on 1 July 2019.
Pointon Partners
This starter pack could help new or established businesses that do not have their employment arrangements documented.
Pointon Partners
Article discusses recent poaching case and provides lessons for employers when clients are lost to former staff.
Pointon Partners
Employee incentives is an issue that nearly all businesses confront at some stage of their development and expansion.
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MDC Legal
This article outlines an employer's key obligations while an employee is on, and when they return from, parental leave.
PCC Employment Lawyers
When drafted properly, position descriptions can be an invaluable tool for both employers and employees.
Watkins Tapsell
Employers should familiarise themselves with these changes and notify their casual employees with these provisions.
Vincent Young
The Fair Work Commission (FWC) has once again confirmed that parties cannot alter the true nature of a relationship by putting a different label on it.
Holding Redlich
This guide summarises key recent cases to provide some guidance to business on the challenges of the gig economy.
MDC Legal
Employers have successfully filed cross claims against employees after an employee filed a claim against the employer.
PCC Employment Lawyers
Article contains a link to a podcast where 3 lawyers engage in an in-depth discussion about flexible work arrangements.
Holding Redlich
Non-complying employers could be exposed to underpayment claims with penalties for breaches of the modern award.
Worrells Solvency & Forensic Accountants
Advisors and business owners should get early expert advice on this issue of employee versus contractor entitlements.
Madgwicks
Employers may be exposed to claims for accrued entitlements for casual employees engaged regularly and systematically.
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