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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
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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
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Foodora delivery rider classed as an employee wins unfair dismissal case
This decision has implications for all who engage independent contractors, not just those operating in the gig economy.
Australia
3 Dec 2018
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Employers: get ready for key changes to workplace laws on 1 July
Employers must be aware of the changes when assessing wages, unfair dismissal eligibility and workplace law. compliance.
Australia
2 Jul 2018
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The power of implied terms in contracts of employment
Under common law, terms can be "implied" into an employment contract as a matter of law, fact or industry custom/practice.
Australia
2 May 2018
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If your employee does not attend work, have they abandoned their employment?
Employers should review wording of their abandonment of employment clauses.
Australia
7 Mar 2018
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Limited range of disciplinary options available to employers
The FWC found that employee dismissal was not an appropriate disciplinary response for a single instance of misconduct.
Australia
14 Aug 2017
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Employed directors potentially able to pursue unfair dismissal claim
The FWC permitted the regional director of a successful real estate business to apply for an unfair dismissal remedy.
Australia
9 Aug 2017
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Unfair dismissal case shows importance of applying disciplinary procedures correctly and consistently
Fair Work Commission finds employee's dismissal, because of his conduct at a work event, harsh, unjust and unreasonable.
Australia
10 Aug 2015
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Importance of training your staff in your workplace policies
Good policies and training staff in those policies could protect your business in the event of employment litigation.
Australia
8 Jun 2015
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CFMEU v BHP Coal - High Court upholds employer's right to terminate employee for breaching its code of conduct
The union claimed that an employee dismissed for participating in industrial activity.
Australia
30 Nov 2014
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Pecuniary penalties imposed on small business employer for adverse action taken against unwell employee
Penalties were issued for contraventions of the FW Act, for firing an employee after finding out that he had cancer.
Australia
6 May 2014
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Employers need to follow their redeployment procedures when making employees redundant
Employers need to follow their implemented procedures to avoid the risk of claims.
Australia
24 Sep 2013
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Terminating employees for redundancy: make sure the dismissal is not unfair
Even if there is a solid business case for an employee redundancy, you should consult the employee about the redundancy.
Australia
30 May 2013
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Social media - a brisk stroll through the minefield
While potential benefits of social media are undeniable, consideration should also be given to the risks for businesses.
Australia
16 Jan 2013
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Performance reviews and performance management of employees: criteria for effectiveness - Part 3
If employers do not act fairly and follow their own policies, they risk unfair dismissal & workers' compensation claims.
Australia
10 Nov 2012
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Public displays of dissatisfaction on social media - lessons for employers
Workplace gripes voiced online can be grounds for termination, but FWA decisions about employee Facebook posts vary.
Australia
21 Nov 2011
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