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Beyond the Banking Royal Commission - renewed Corporate Plan for 2019 by APRA
Article discusses the APRA Corporate Plan, the 4 strategic areas that it focuses on, key implications, likely impact & more.
Australia
2 Oct 2019
2
Unpacking and repacking WorkPac – new decision takes practical and realistic approach to casual employment
Article highlights that employers should continue to manage their risk around casual employees & provides risk mitigation tips.
Australia
11 Sep 2019
3
High Court says no entitlement to workers compensation for sacked public servant
Employees can have their own opinions, but their social media activity must not conflict with their employment duties.
Australia
2 Sep 2019
4
Social media footprint just grew a size
Insurer successfully establishes legitimate forensic purpose for issuing notice to produce all her Facebook records.
Australia
22 Aug 2019
5
Outside hours conduct of teacher justifies instant dismissal
Schools can have a duty of care to protect students from wrongful behaviours of teachers that occur outside school hours.
Australia
7 Aug 2019
6
Can I stop a former employee working for a competitor?
Article highlights the importance of a carefully considered and drafted restraint of trade clause in a contract of employment.
Australia
7 Aug 2019
7
Employer superannuation contributions in light of Bluescope Steel decision
Employers only need to make super contributions in respect of earnings for ordinary hours at ordinary rates of pay.
Australia
5 Aug 2019
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Key changes to workplace laws take effect
Employers should be aware of, and seek advice about, these changes to workplace laws that commenced on 1 July 2019.
Australia
5 Aug 2019
9
How many employees does it take to make an enterprise agreement?
It is inconsistent with the objects of the Fair Work Act to limit the number of employees to make an enterprise agreement.
Australia
10 Jul 2019
10
Work Health and Safety - Director due diligence
To avoid criminal charges for breaches, officers should ensure their business is compliant with work safety practices.
Australia
8 Jul 2019
11
Minimum wage rises effective 1 July 2019
Employers should be aware of these award increases when determining wages and ensuring workplace law compliance.
Australia
1 Jul 2019
12
Employment class actions and litigation funding - feast or famine?
Employers should not panic, but rather, proceed with caution and take advice on how to protect against class action risk,
Australia
10 Jun 2019
13
ATO introduced safe harbour for employer superannuation contributions in respect of annual leave loading
Employers may avoid liability for superannuation guarantee charge in respect of annual leave loading under safe harbour.
Australia
15 May 2019
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What to expect from the industrial relations policy platform for the 2019 federal election
An industrial relations overhaul is likely if Labor is elected and some fine tuning to the FWA is likely if liberal is elected.
Australia
14 May 2019
15
Director convicted of WHS breach and sentenced to additional orders, as regulator questions relevance of insurance for breaches
Directors and officers are at risk of pecuniary penalties and novel orders against them personally if something goes wrong.
Australia
14 May 2019
16
Voluntary disclosure of unpaid superannuation guarantee charge liabilities
Employers may benefit from disclosing unpaid superannuation guarantee charge liabilities to the Australian Taxation Office.
Australia
13 Apr 2019
17
Brick company found not guilty in WHS prosecution
Are your safety systems defensible and enough to protect the safety of your workers?
Australia
3 Apr 2019
18
5 must-know employment law outcomes favouring employers
These recent decisions and statutory amendments could help employers to proactively manage any emerging HR issues.
Australia
6 Feb 2019
19
Employers: get ready for new whistleblower protection laws in 2019
These reforms can protect those who "blow the whistle" or make disclosures about corporate, financial or tax misconduct.
Australia
4 Feb 2019
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National Employment Standards to include unpaid family and domestic violence leave
All employees covered by the Fair Work Act 2009 can now access five days of unpaid family and domestic violence leave.
Australia
7 Jan 2019
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