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Industrial manslaughter: Do you have a culture of compliance?
Organisations should be able to demonstrate a "culture of compliance" in relation to its safety-related legal duties.
Australia
21 Sep 2019
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Comcare v Banerji [2019] HCA 23 - APS Code of Conduct
This High Court decision found the public servant's public political comments were in breach of the APS Code of Conduct.
Australia
9 Aug 2019
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Severe punishment on the horizon for employers under potential new wage theft laws
Consequences for failing to meet obligations in relation to wage theft are likely to become more significant.
Australia
30 Jul 2019
4
Increase to high income threshold, compensation cap and rates of pay from 1 July 2019
The article includes news about increases to protection from unfair dismissal and increases to award minimum wages.
Australia
6 Jul 2019
5
Global groups and Australian new whistleblower laws – the global impact of confidentiality and victimisation provisions
Australian whistleblowing reforms will protect disclosure of the person's identity, backed up by substantial sanctions.
Australia
 
23 May 2019
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Labour hire licensing: open for business in Victoria
Article discusses new labour hire licensing laws in Victoria under which most labour hire providers need to be licensed.
Australia
22 May 2019
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New whistleblowing laws require a compliant policy
Public companies and large proprietary companies are now required to have a compliant whistleblowing policy by 2020.
Australia
18 May 2019
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A new era for whistleblowers in Australia
Newly passed laws provide for an expanded corporate whistleblowing scheme and a new tax affairs whistleblowing scheme.
Australia
6 Mar 2019
10
Key implications from the banking royal commission for fund managers
This insight looks at the 5 key implications for fund managers coming out of the Banking Royal Commission Final Report.
Australia
27 Feb 2019
11
New whistleblower protection laws in Australia…keep watching this space!
Businesses wait for final confirmation of their obligations under proposed changes to Australia's whistleblowing laws.
Australia
19 Dec 2018
12
FIFO worker engaged as a casual entitled to annual leave
The decision opens the way for further claims by employees engaged as casuals, but who work regular and consistent hours.
Australia
20 Sep 2018
13
Sexual harassment on the up - Australian Human Rights Commission announces the results of its national survey
The survey confirmed that, although many workplaces have systems and policies in place, sexual harassment is widespread.
Australia
20 Sep 2018
14
No fair go makes employee dismissal for a valid reason unfair
Although the employer had a valid reason to dismiss the project manager, the termination was still considered unfair.
Australia
24 Aug 2018
15
Changes to long service leave in Victoria
All Victorian employers should consider these changes to long service leave entitlements, to commence by November 2018.
Australia
13 Jul 2018
16
The Australian Government has announced an amnesty on the superannuation guarantee (SG)
Employers should take advantage of this amnesty to review superannuation practices for compliance with SG legislation.
Australia
5 Jul 2018
17
Amnesty for employers – Superannuation guarantee update
This amnesty is an opportunity for employers to self-report and correct previous undeclared super guarantee shortfalls.
Australia
3 Jul 2018
18
The #MeToo momentum: AHRC launches national inquiry into sexual harassment in Australia
The Australian Human Rights Commission has launched a national inquiry into sexual harassment in Australian workplaces.
Australia
3 Jul 2018
19
Record penalties for health and safety breaches in WA are a sign of things to come
Failing to ensure a safe workplace in WA will likely result in substantial penalties for both companies and individuals.
Australia
7 Jun 2018
20
Visual contracts: Re-imagining the employment contract
This visual employment contract was the first in Australia to replace written words with comic illustrations and avatars.
Australia
10 May 2018
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