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Whistleblower reform bill progresses to the next stage

Australia - December 7 2018 It’s taken a year, but the Treasury Laws Amendment (Enhancing Whistleblower Protections) Bill 2017 has progressed to the next stage with a raft of...

Ghassan Kassisieh, Crispian Lynch, James Pomeroy.


Issues to consider when making a decision to put a mine on 'care & maintenance'

Australia - August 10 2017 In these times of falling commodity prices, constrained debt and equity markets and high visibility cost reduction strategies, it is not surprising...

Justin Little, Marshall McKenna, Phil Edmands, Ben Fuller, Julie Athanasoff, Christopher Flynn, Michael Blakiston, Claire Boyd, Sarah Turner.


Work - New rates and thresholds from 1 July 2016

Australia - July 4 2016 From 1 July 2016, the national minimum wage will increase by 2.4. This means the national minimal wage will be $672.70 per week or $17.70 per hour...

Clancy King, James Pomeroy, Kim McGuren.


WORK New wage rates from 1 July 2016

Australia - May 31 2016 The Fair Work Commission has today announced its Annual Wage Review 2015-16 Decision. Employers should note the following new rates that apply from 1...

Clancy King, James Pomeroy, Kim McGuren.


Large damages continue in sexual harassment and bullying cases

Australia - February 26 2016 Two recent decisions from Victoria continue the trend of substantial damages being awarded for sexual harassment and bullying. In Mathews v Winslow...

Clancy King, James Pomeroy, Kim McGuren.