August 6th, 2019|Comments Off on What can employers learn from George Calombaris?
Celebrity chef and former Masterchef judge George Calombaris has been engulfed in criticism recently. The scale of underpayments made by restaurants associated with him and the nature [...]
July 23rd, 2019|Comments Off on Can an Employee be Fired for Refusing to Use a Fingerprint Scanner?
The recent Full Bench of the Fair Work Commission decision in Lee v Superior Wood  FWCFB 2946 may limit the circumstances where an employer can safely [...]
May 29th, 2019|Comments Off on Dismissing Employees for Incapacity: Recent Changes to the Law
Given the recent interest in our seminars regarding dismissing employees who are incapable of performing their job because of illness or injury, we are republishing our article [...]
April 24th, 2019|Comments Off on Full Bench to Revamp Annualised Wage Clauses
In a recent decision, the Full Bench of the Fair Work Commission has decided that modern award [...]
April 2nd, 2019|Comments Off on Does your business have adequate employment contracts?
A key part of being in business is managing risk and protecting your business interests. When it [...]
December 20th, 2018|Comments Off on Federal Government Creates Regulation in Response to WorkPac. Does it Go Far Enough?
Following the Full Court of the Federal Court’s decision in WorkPac v Skene, the federal government came [...]
December 17th, 2018|Comments Off on Ch-Ch-Changes – Five Changes 2019 Might Bring to Workplace Law
The only constant in workplace law is change. 2019 promises to be no exception to that. Many [...]
December 12th, 2018|0 Comments
As with most years, employment law developed significantly. 2018 introduced key changes for employers across many industries, [...]
December 10th, 2018|0 Comments
As with most years, employment law developed significantly in 2018. Last year we discussed the law’s [...]