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The Workplace Employment Lawyers

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Family Friendly Flexible Working Arrangements to be extended

Australia - April 6 2018 On 26 March 2018, the Full Bench of the FWC took a provisional view as to the terms of a clause to be inserted into modern awards to supplement s65 of

Charging for unpaid internships?

Australia - March 27 2018 There have been stories in the media recently about employers charging students and graduates for the privilege of participating in an unpaid

Is your business prepared for Single Touch Payroll?

Australia - March 27 2018 The Australian Taxation Office (ATO) is introducing new compliance requirements called Single Touch Payroll (STP) which aligns the reporting

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

Record penalty of $660,020 imposed against employer

Australia - August 10 2017 The Federal Circuit Court has sent a clear message to employers about the importance of award compliance and proper record keeping. The court recently

Family Friendly Flexible Working Arrangements to be extended

Australia - April 6 2018 On 26 March 2018, the Full Bench of the FWC took a provisional view as to the terms of a clause to be inserted into modern awards to supplement s65 of

Charging for unpaid internships?

Australia - March 27 2018 There have been stories in the media recently about employers charging students and graduates for the privilege of participating in an unpaid

Is your business prepared for Single Touch Payroll?

Australia - March 27 2018 The Australian Taxation Office (ATO) is introducing new compliance requirements called Single Touch Payroll (STP) which aligns the reporting

Too busy to keep employee records?

Australia - March 14 2018 Two massage parlour companies and their sole director have been fined $43,200 for failing to keep employee records. Demonstrating a refreshingly

Employee wins right to convert from casual to permanent full-time employment

USA - October 30 2017 On 12 October 2017, the Federal Court delivered a judgment in a case brought by a freight handler, Mr Tomvald seeking to enforce a right to convert