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Vincent Young
A recent decision by the Full Federal Court has found that an employee who was employed by a labour hire business as a casual and paid as a casual, was in fact "other than a casual employee" for the...
Kells
Essential workers do not need to prove where they contracted COVID-19 when making a workers compensation claim in NSW.
Kells
The decision marks another relief for employers trying to salvage their business operations in an effort to stay afloat.
Holding Redlich
FWC willing to take into account conduct of an employee in their personal life (including social media) if relevant.
Holding Redlich
For any changes, employees should ensure clear, mutual understanding with the employer, preferably confirmed in writing.
Corrs Chambers Westgarth
This guide examines work health and safety issues that Australian businesses must navigate as employees return to work.
Cooper Grace Ward
Queensland has lifted restrictions on attending the office, encouraging workers to discuss a safe return to work.
Holding Redlich
If an employer is ordered to reinstate an employee, the employer should comply with the order as soon as practicable.
Holding Redlich
The newsletter links to COVID-19 updates, media releases, reports, cases and legislation relating to work health & safety.
Holding Redlich
Managers should be mindful of obligations to take reasonably practicable steps to provide a safe and healthy workplace.
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
A corporate lawyer alleges he was terminated from a position as senior legal adviser for refusing to lie in an affidavit.
PCC Employment Lawyers
This Month in Review considers COVID-19 and workplace laws, recent employment law in the news and in the courts.
Cooper Grace Ward
This employee with casual loading, could also claim permanent entitlements such as paid annual leave and personal leave.
Swaab
If there is the possibility of redundancies, employers need to be upfront about where the business stands.
McCullough Robertson
Employers with a casual workforce could now face the risk of employees claiming back-pay, leave and maybe, penalties.
PCC Employment Lawyers
The BOOT is a test to ensure the employees are not disadvantaged compared to other employees covered by relevant award/s.
PCC Employment Lawyers
The legal test of what constitutes bullying does not consider a worker's belief; but instead, it is an objective test.
PCC Employment Lawyers
When an employer is accounting for a paid personal/carer's leave, they should do so in days or part days, not hours.
Swaab
This Law Report included virtual witnessing of wills and redundancy payouts, and an item on Facebook content moderators.
Colin Biggers & Paisley
Qantas did not have to pay sick leave entitlements to its many employees stood down during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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