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Workplace investigations refresher part 5: Maintaining legal professional privilege over workplace investigation reports

Australia - June 10 2021 In our last two articles, we have considered how legal professional privilege (LPP) can apply to workplace investigation reports and how it can be…

Caroline Beasley, Charisse Matthews.

Workplace investigations refresher part 4: Waiving LPP over workplace investigation reports

Australia - May 13 2021 In our last article we looked at when legal professional privilege (LPP) applies to workplace investigation reports. Once LPP has been established…

Caroline Beasley, Charisse Matthews.

Workplace investigations refresher part 3: legal professional privilege and workplace investigation reports

Australia - April 1 2021 Employers are required to conduct workplace investigations for a range of reasons, including in accordance with their policies or with legislation…

Caroline Beasley, Charisse Matthews.

Workplace investigations refresher part 2: Following your framework

Australia - March 4 2021 So, you have decided to conduct a workplace investigation and have formed a view about who will conduct that investigation, what next? The next step…

Ali Mcmaster, Caroline Beasley, Charisse Matthews.

Leading by example: the gold standard for procedural fairness in FWC employee dismissal case

Australia - February 4 2021 Employers would be well placed to take a structured and consistent approach to managing suspected misconduct that affords employees every opportunity…

Ali Mcmaster, Sarah Pain.