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Personal/carers leave - how it should be calculated - latest developments
This case required an analysis of the FWA in relation to the accumulation and payment of (paid) personal/carer's leave.
Australia
13 Sep 2019
2
Keeping the High Court decision in Comcare v Banerji in perspective
The Banerji case relates to the use of tweets or social media by a Commonwealth public servant about government policies.
Australia
12 Aug 2019
3
Workplace Surveillance Act 2005 (NSW) Admissibility of evidence unlawfully obtained - latest developments
Some employers in NSW are not aware of the implications of evidence acquired through workplace surveillance activities.
Australia
7 Jul 2019
4
The current state of play in the Israel Folau case
The Folau case has been a very public debate about an employer's prerogative to regulate the private lives of employees.
Australia
30 Jun 2019
5
The proper scope of the anti-bullying jurisdiction in the workplace
The FWC expressed disquiet about the way in which some applicants used the anti-bullying jurisdiction in the workplace.
Australia
7 Jun 2019
6
Reheat­ed retweets: The sig­nif­i­cance of a retweet in employment
For an employee subject to a social media policy, a retweet may be a breach and form the basis for disciplinary action.
Australia
24 May 2019
7
Change the rules – which ones? What busi­ness­es need to know about Labor employ­ment policy
This article examines Labor employment policies and provides insight as to how Australian businesses may be impacted.
Australia
16 May 2019
8
The feminisation of poverty
Women are overrepresented amongst those living in poverty, as they are often unable to participate equally in society.
Australia
18 Mar 2019
9
Gender, pay and job insecurity
Until women are able to maintain both home and work responsibilities, the gender pay gap will continue to be significant.
Australia
18 Mar 2019
10
An employment and family law guide to family and domestic violence in the workplace
This article gives employers a practical guide to understanding family and domestic violence issues in the workplace.
Australia
27 Feb 2019
11
A real deal: An unfair dis­missal set­tle­ment goes wrong
If an informal agreement has been reached, it is prudent to record the terms to avoid any confusion and uncertainty.
Australia
27 Dec 2018
12
A review of women at work in 2018
Women at work will clearly remain at the centre of continued public discourse as well as public policy and legal reform.
Australia
27 Dec 2018
13
Modern Award changes 2018 / 2019 - Implications for employers
Employ­ers face the con­stant chal­lenge of try­ing to keep up with changes to the indus­tri­al rela­tions land­scape.
Australia
26 Dec 2018
14
Competing considerations: An employee and her hobby business
Employ­ers are enti­tled to expect employ­ees to devote their ​"full time and atten­tion" in work hours to their duties.
Australia
16 Nov 2018
15
Reheated retweets: The significance of a retweet in employment
An employee subject to a social media policy could face disciplinary action if the retweet is in breach of that policy.
Australia
16 Nov 2018
16
Casual employment: The new rules of engagement
Many casual employees are miscategorised and therefore may have valid claims for entitlements associated with permanency.
Australia
26 Aug 2018
17
Do you have to pay an employee when their own conduct prevented them from performing their job?
He could not return to work until his driver licence was reinstated, so there was no contractual entitlement to wages.
Australia
4 Aug 2018
18
Your employee offended me. What are you going to do about it?: Employee social media conduct
When a social media conduct complaint or issue is raised, the way to address it will depend upon the facts of the case.
Australia
11 May 2018
19
Five employment law cases that shook the world: #4 - No redundancy consultation, no unfair dismissal
Consultation would not have produced a different conclusion, so the dismissal was not unfair by the failure to consult.
Australia
10 May 2018
20
Five employment law cases that shook the world: #5 - Service as a casual counts in redundancy pay
Regular and systematic service as a casual does count when calculating redundancy (if that employee becomes permanent).
Australia
10 May 2018
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