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ICAC's Report on Corruption and Integrity in the NSW Public Sector

Australia - December 6 2018 "A focus on achieving better outcomes overall is better practice in controlling corruption because it allows an organisation to leverage the controls...

Tony Woods, Sally Moten, Coral Yopp.

Uber driver fails to convince Fair Work Commission of employment relationship

Australia - January 29 2018 In a recent decision of the Fair Work Commission, an Uber driver was found to be an independent contractor and not an employee, meaning that he was...

Caitlin Tobin, Kaitlyn Gulle.

Employment & Safety Law Bulletin for NSW Government practicioners: Edition 6 April 2017 - September 2017

Australia - December 15 2017 The applicant, Mr Bassam Alameddine, had been employed as a Ranger by the City of Parramatta Council (Council) for 15 years. Following an incident in...

Annika Anderson-Carter, Emily Burgess, Tony Woods, Stephen Jauncey, Sally Moten, Adam Battagello, Sophie Bonnette, Neil Napper, Aaron Goonrey.

Communication is key in resolving workplace complaints

Australia - October 14 2016 Resolving workplace complaints effectively is an essential skill for HR professionals and people managers who may need to address a range of...

Emily Coultas.

In the firing line: are you personally liable?

Australia - November 24 2015 A recent case demonstrates that managers may face personal exposure to financial penalties for breaches of the Fair Work Act (FW Act), under the...

Sara Wescott.