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Stacks Law Firm
Court decides whether "casual" worker who received a roster covering a full year was entitled to annual leave entitlements.
Colin Biggers & Paisley
Article discusses the Miscellaneous Award 2010, who it covers, what it means & implications for employers.
Colin Biggers & Paisley
Most employers are rightly prioritising employee safety, but they also need to watch the new compliance requirements.
Vincent Young
With things changing so rapidly, you may have missed some recent temporary amendments to legislation and modern awards that have been introduced to provide greater flexibility to employers during this time.
Colin Biggers & Paisley
COVID-19 caused major disruptions when key staff were stranded overseas with border closures and flight cancellations.
Kells
Because of COVID-19 pressures, many employers are considering redundancies, stand downs or reducing or cutting hours.
Cooper Grace Ward
States and territories are restricting domestic interstate travel, which has significant implications for some employers.
Kells
Article outlines the things that an employer should do when providing an annualised salary.
Hall Payne Lawyers
Recent case highlights that stop bullying applications can be complex as a number of issues need to be considered.
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
Employers who do not review payroll systems risk significant penalties because of non-compliance with their obligations.
Coleman Greig Lawyers
Article outlines some steps to give employment contracts the best chance of being enforceable when ex-staff take business away.
McCullough Robertson
Wage theft is a key focus area for the Fair Work Ombudsman, so employers must be aware of underpayments and penalties.
Corrs Chambers Westgarth
Summary of the 5 options available under the new laws for paying an annualised salary.
Kells
It is important to protect what you have built by including restraint terms in the employment contracts of your staff.
Coleman Greig Lawyers
Employers must keep comprehensive and current employee time and wage records and stay up to date with Award changes.
McCullough Robertson
Employers should continually review arrangements with casual employees, for any changes in the employment relationship.
Holding Redlich
Government agencies will increasingly be challenged by the introduction and management of technology in the workplace.
Holding Redlich
The article explains rights and obligations of employers and employees in times of bushfires or other stand-down periods.
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
Modern slavery laws do not yet help with sourcing factories, who do not even pay their garment workers a living wage.
MDC Legal
By setting priorities early in the year, employers can avoid cost, time and stress managing common issues down the track.
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