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Dismissal for online misbehaviour: a "valid reason" and procedural fairness still may not be enough

Australia - September 5 2019 The federal unfair dismissal jurisdiction provides remedies to former employees whose dismissal is found by the Fair Work Commission (FWC) to be…

Abraham Ash.

When are employers not required to pay redundancy payments?

Australia - February 21 2019 If employers rely on the statutory exemption that a redundancy was "due to the ordinary and customary turnover of labour", they bear the evidentiary…

Abraham Ash.

Can two employers agree to not poach each other's employees?

Australia - February 7 2019 Quantum v Schenker suggests that a contract which restrains two employers from poaching each other's employees will be upheld in some circumstances…

Abraham Ash, Danielle Crowe.

Terminating employment "because of" a mental disability, or its manifestation? Federal Court says it doesn't matter

Australia - December 20 2018 Employers that engage in adverse action because of manifestations of a disability are likely to have fallen foul of section 351 of the Fair Work Act…

Abraham Ash, Max Carter.

National Minimum Wage to increase by 3.5% from 1 July 2018

Australia - June 21 2018 In its decision, the Fair Work Commission ordered an increase to the national minimum wage and modern award minimum wage rates of 3.5%. Australia's…

Caitlin Ford, Cilla Robinson, Rebecca Byun.