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Microchipping employees in Australia: the technological "ideal" v legal reality

Australia - August 17 2017 Microchipping employees isn't just a technological challenge the principles relating to "lawful and reasonable" direction need to be considered too...

Christmas party venue selection: the foundation for a good, safe time

Australia - July 20 2017 It might be one of the less exciting aspects of event planning but the wrong choice of Christmas function venue could be a work safety nightmare...

The Fair Work Commission recognises that employers can set the agenda on response to bullying

Australia - July 6 2017 Even where the Fair Work Commission finds bullying conduct has occurred, orders are not a fait accompli. The Fair Work Commission's anti-bullying...

Enterprise agreement drafting: the value of getting it right - and the way to do it

Australia - May 25 2017 In the 1983 hit "Words", singer F.R. David famously sang "Words don't come easy to me". While that lament was in the context of expressing love, the...

New school technology, old school principles: process still fundamental in social media age

Australia - April 27 2017 With the relative novelty of platforms such as Facebook, there is a temptation to treat unfair dismissal cases dealing with social media as in a...