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Section 39 Workers Compensation Act 1987 (NSW) – are wages back paid from the date of cessation or reinstated from the date WPI is determined?
President Phillips of the Workers Compensation Commission recently issued a decision about the application of section 39.
Australia
29 Jun 2019
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Uber drivers are not employees, according to the Ombudsman
The FW Ombudsman decided that Uber drivers are not employees, so are not entitled to employment-related entitlements.
Australia
13 Jun 2019
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A worker has only one shot at an AMS assessment of a workplace injury
A worker is restricted to only one assessment of the degree of permanent impairment resulting from an injurious event.
Australia
30 May 2019
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Employee share schemes (ESS)
A commonly overlooked, powerful mechanism to help companies achieve Hayne recommendations is an employee share scheme.
Australia
16 May 2019
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CEO Update - Adapting to a rapidly changing workplace
Many workplace changes have not been driven by legislation, but cultural changes such as technology and discrimination.
Australia
6 Apr 2019
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Tweet, tweet: a High Court case on employee dismissal and social media
The High Court will hear an appeal about the dismissal of a government employee for tweeting highly critical comments.
Australia
20 Mar 2019
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Workers compensation claims for psychological injury - dual HR and injury investigation - why both?
The focus of a compensation claim (injury) and an HR investigation (conduct) are different, so they cannot be combined.
Australia
20 Dec 2018
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All I want for Christmas is some certainty - around casual employment
A new regulation prevents 'double dipping' by casual employees claiming both casual loadings and annual leave payments.
Australia
17 Dec 2018
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When a consequential condition does not result from a work injury
Causation is established if the alleged consequential injury results from the accepted compensable injury/condition.
Australia
29 Nov 2018
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Fair Work Commission – recent changes – let us get flexible, flexible
Businesses must now genuinely try to reach agreement in relation to a request for flexible work by an award covered employee.
Australia
28 Nov 2018
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STOP PRESS: Government wades into casual confusion
The realm of casual employment has recently become a chaotic place - and government has made it a bit more political.
Australia
22 Oct 2018
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Shakespeare was right: Whats in a name? Not much when it comes to casual employees
The Court ruled that an employee who was employed and paid as a casual was still entitled to annual leave entitlements.
Australia
6 Oct 2018
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Aggregation of permanent impairment – when is pathology considered the same or identical?
To combine permanent impairment from different injuries, the pathology from each injury must be the same or identical.
Australia
29 Jun 2018
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Is a knee replacement an artificial aid?
The meaning of 'artificial aid' was discussed in a recent presidential decision in the Workers Compensation Commission.
Australia
27 Jun 2018
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Office relationships: managing the hidden dangers with workplace love
Office relations happen, so employers and employees should work together to avoid conflicts, poor morale and fall out.
Australia
7 Jun 2018
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How to succeed in the life and career you want
Anyone can lead a business when times are good; it is what you do in the tough times that sets a good manager apart.
Australia
2 Jun 2018
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Dangers in asbestos litigation
Councils and their risk managers should be aware of potential problems caused by asbestos and take steps to lessen them.
Australia
12 May 2018
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Workplace scandals: some lessons for employers
Article examines 2 recent scandals and identifies some lessons for employers when investigating workplace complaints.
Australia
3 Apr 2018
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Pension claims go to High Court
The High Court will discuss whether asbestos victims can recover economic loss based on the loss of pension entitlements.
Australia
26 Feb 2018
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Permanent impairment resulting from primary physical injury and primary psychological injury cannot be combined for the purposes of s 39(2)
If the worker obtained an assessment of more than 20% WPI, she would have avoided a 5 year limitation on weekly payments.
Australia
10 Feb 2018
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