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Is the new whistleblower protection regime in Australia whistling against the wind?
Will the recent "game-changing" amendments to the Australian corporate whistleblower protection regime actually work?
Australia
23 Oct 2019
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Employment Law podcast series: episode 5 - Managing Sick and Injured Employees
Article contains a link to a podcast where 3 lawyers engage in an in-depth discussion about managing sick & injured employees.
Australia
 
22 Oct 2019
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Employee not entitled to demand flexible work arrangements
An employee is entitled to request flexible work arrangements but they are not entitled to demand them. Recent case discussed.
Australia
22 Oct 2019
4
Creative compliance: Franchisees working with the Fair Work Ombudsman (FWO)
The partnership between Foodco and FWO is a model for any franchisee wanting to improve compliance with workplace law.
Australia
18 Oct 2019
5
All In A Day's Work: A Landmark Decision On Personal/Carer's Leave Entitlements
The Full Federal Court has handed down an important decision about personal/carer's leave entitlements under the Fair Work Act 2009 (Cth) (Act).
Australia
18 Oct 2019
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What is silicosis in relation to claims for workers compensation?
Silicosis, an incurable lung disease, is most common in people exposed to high levels of silica dust over a long period.
Australia
17 Oct 2019
7
Visa workers underpaid at 7-Eleven, Sunglass Hut and Subway
Key takeaways for employers: be aware of the entitlements that visa-holders have & ensure that workers are not underpaid.
Australia
16 Oct 2019
8
What you need to know about work injury damages claims
A work injury damages claim is a common law claim against your employer for negligence. How do I make such a claim?
Australia
16 Oct 2019
9
Compulsory whistleblower policy
To encourage whistleblowers, all companies are required to have a whistleblower policy by the first day of 2020.
Australia
16 Oct 2019
10
Inside track: Superannuation, Funds Management & Financial Services - In the media, in practice and courts, cases and legislation
This newsletter links to recent documents relating to superannuation, funds management and financial services.
Australia
14 Oct 2019
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SBS not liable for stress claim by hairdresser
Due consultation and communication with the applicant over a period of time, meant the process was conducted reasonably.
Australia
12 Oct 2019
12
Inside track: Work health and safety – in the media, published articles, papers, reports, in practice and courts, cases and legislation
Wrap up of recent media releases, articles etc, in practice & in courts, cases & laws in relation to work health & safety law.
Australia
 
8 Oct 2019
13
Employment law and workplace relations update: in the media, published reports, articles, speeches, cases and legislation
Wrap up of recent media releases, published reports, articles, speeches, cases & legislation relating to employment law.
Australia
 
8 Oct 2019
14
Federal Court rules in major personal/carers leave dispute
The Court clarified how personal/carer's leave (sick leave and carer's leave) entitlements should be paid and accrued.
Australia
7 Oct 2019
15
FEG rejects employee long service claims—advisors take note
A sale contract should specifically state that the buyer assumes no responsibility for legal claims of previous employees.
Australia
7 Oct 2019
16
Regulatory Trends 2019 - Australia
The fast pace of regulatory change in Australia continues in 2019. This report sets out a summary of the key regulatory trends that are confronting ...
Australia
7 Oct 2019
17
Single Touch Payroll: the tightened grip of ATO on superannuation
This should be seen as 'short term pain for long-term gain' - for peace of mind that employee entitlements are correct.
Australia
7 Oct 2019
18
Changes to casual employee rights – from 1 October 2018
Employers should familiarise themselves with these changes and notify their casual employees with these provisions.
Australia
 
7 Oct 2019
19
"Poisonous Employee" Wins Claim Of Adverse Action
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.
Australia
4 Oct 2019
20
Risky business: why organisations doing business in Australia should re-evaluate their approach to risk management and compliance
Recent developments have driven organisations to reassess culture and the robustness of internal policies and processes.
Australia
3 Oct 2019
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