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Vincent Young
This recent Federal Circuit Court decision reminds us of the need for employers to ensure that redundancies are implemented on the basis of genuine operational reasons.
Thynne & Macartney
A worker should always be given an opportunity to respond or explain their behaviour before a termination occurs.
Swaab
FWC has criticised applicants who commence unfair dismissal proceedings, then do not take steps to prosecute their claim.
Swaab
The article examines employer compliance with consultation requirements in the context of redundancy and unfair dismissal.
Coleman Greig Lawyers
The Banerji decision supports employers who seek to protect their reputation from being undermined by employee conduct.
MDC Legal
Employees can have opinions, but they should consider contractual and/or statutory obligations before posting online.
Vincent Young
Each financial year, the Fair Work Commission's (FWC) Expert Panel for wage reviews undertakes it annual wage review and subsequently publishes its decision
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.
PCC Employment Lawyers
Episode 2 discusses genuine redundancy in an unfair dismissal claim, to supplement the book by PCC Employment Lawyers.
Williams + Hughes
Employers should take note of these changes to the Australian employment landscape that take effect on 1 July 2019.
Holding Redlich
If you haven't warned an underperforming employee before you dismiss them, then you could face trouble from the FWC.
Holding Redlich
Employers will need a fully-compliant privacy policy, with proper notice to employees and genuine consent from them.
Kells
Any claims for unlawful termination or unfair dismissal should be filed within 21 days of the date of dismissal.
MDC Legal
Article reminds employers about the appropriate communication channels to use when dismissing an employee.
Gilchrist Connell
Recent case highlights that dismissals must be justified, follow a fair process & be proportionate to the employee's conduct.
Swaab
The Banerji case relates to the use of tweets or social media by a Commonwealth public servant about government policies.
Norton Rose Fulbright Australia
This High Court decision found the public servant's public political comments were in breach of the APS Code of Conduct.
Colin Biggers & Paisley
Schools can have a duty of care to protect students from wrongful behaviours of teachers that occur outside school hours.
Colin Biggers & Paisley
Employers should be aware of, and seek advice about, these changes to workplace laws that commenced on 1 July 2019.
Coleman Greig Lawyers
The Commission has discretion to grant an extension of time if it is satisfied that "exceptional circumstances" exist.
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Vincent Young
This recent Federal Circuit Court decision reminds us of the need for employers to ensure that redundancies are implemented on the basis of genuine operational reasons.
Vincent Young
Each financial year, the Fair Work Commission's (FWC) Expert Panel for wage reviews undertakes it annual wage review and subsequently publishes its decision
Coleman Greig Lawyers
The Banerji decision supports employers who seek to protect their reputation from being undermined by employee conduct.
Swaab
The article examines employer compliance with consultation requirements in the context of redundancy and unfair dismissal.
Thynne & Macartney
A worker should always be given an opportunity to respond or explain their behaviour before a termination occurs.
Swaab
FWC has criticised applicants who commence unfair dismissal proceedings, then do not take steps to prosecute their claim.
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
Employees can have opinions, but they should consider contractual and/or statutory obligations before posting online.
Coleman Greig Lawyers
Regardless of a strong employment record and significant tenure, serious misconduct can easily result in termination.
Swaab
The Banerji case relates to the use of tweets or social media by a Commonwealth public servant about government policies.
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