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The Workplace Employment Lawyers

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Who’s who in the gig economy - employees vs contractors

Australia - June 24 2018 Taking advantage of the gig economy and sharing apps, like Uber, Airtasker, and Freelancer, can give you more flexibility to grow or scale your

A perfect termination process in the MeToo landscape?

Australia - July 16 2018 The Fair Work Commission has described the process undertaken by an employer to dismiss a long serving employee with an unblemished employment record

A casual fling or something more serious?

Australia - September 4 2018 Are your awardagreement covered casual employees working regular and predictable hours? If so, they could be considered permanent employees and have

Employee record obligations - are you compliant?

Australia - June 19 2017 In a timely reminder to employers about record keeping obligations, the Federal Court has penalised two employers and their director over $37,000 for

Internships - paid or unpaid?

Australia - June 2 2017 The Fair Work Ombudsman (FWO) announced yesterday that it has commenced proceedings against Her Fashion Box Pty Ltd, a fashion industry start up that

A casual fling or something more serious?

Australia - September 4 2018 Are your awardagreement covered casual employees working regular and predictable hours? If so, they could be considered permanent employees and have

Introduction of Family and Domestic Violence Leave into Modern Awards

Australia - July 19 2018 Following its 26 March 2018 decision to include unpaid family and domestic violence leave in Modern Awards, the Full Bench of the Fair Work Commission

A perfect termination process in the MeToo landscape?

Australia - July 16 2018 The Fair Work Commission has described the process undertaken by an employer to dismiss a long serving employee with an unblemished employment record

Does your business conduct criminal record checks?

Australia - June 28 2018 The Australian Human Rights Commission (AHRC) recently found that Suncorp discriminated against a job applicant on the basis of his criminal record

Who’s who in the gig economy - employees vs contractors

Australia - June 24 2018 Taking advantage of the gig economy and sharing apps, like Uber, Airtasker, and Freelancer, can give you more flexibility to grow or scale your