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Herbert Smith Freehills LLP | Australia | 4 Apr 2019

Australia: Podcast: Labor’s 2019 Reforms - Our Analysis

As part of Herbert Smith Freehills’ series on the employment and industrial relations reforms leading up to the Australian Federal Election, this

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Herbert Smith Freehills LLP | Australia | 26 Mar 2019

Australian Federal Election Reforms Podcast: EP1 now available

As part of Herbert Smith Freehills’ series on the employment and industrial relations reforms leading up to the Australian Federal Election, this

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Herbert Smith Freehills LLP | Australia | 15 Mar 2019

Enterprise bargaining - if it’s ‘broken’, is there a fix ahead?

What will become of our enterprise bargaining system if the ALP takes power in this year’s Federal Election? There has already been much talk of the

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Piper Alderman | Australia | 11 Feb 2019

New casual offset loading regulation to prevent ‘double-dipping’ - is it all bark, no bite?

In the 2018 WorkPac Pty Ltd v Skene 2018 FCAFC 131 judgment (the Skene decision) the Federal Court opened the door to employees who receive a

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Cooper Grace Ward | Australia | 23 Oct 2018

Changes in modern awards affect how employers discuss and refuse flexible work requests

On 25 September 2018 the Full Bench of the Fair Work Commission handed down a Flexible Work Decision that proposes to insert a model work flexibility

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K&L Gates | Australia | 26 Sep 2018

Casual Conversion Clause Kicks in From 1 October 2018

Casual employment has been a hot topic lately, particularly following the Full Federal Court decision in Workpac Pty Ltd v Skene. What you now need

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The Workplace Employment Lawyers | Australia | 4 Sep 2018

A casual fling or something more serious?

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

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KHQ Lawyers | Australia | 23 Aug 2018

When a casual is not a casual - impact of Skene & next steps

Unfortunately, the hype you will have seen since the handing down of the recent decision of the Full Court of the Federal Court in WorkPac Pty Ltd v

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Corrs Chambers Westgarth | Australia | 22 Aug 2018

A casual conundrum: Federal court confirms substance over form when assessing casual employment

Whether an employee is casual or permanent has significant implications for the employee’s entitlements to various forms of paid leave, notice of

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Jones Day | USA, Australia | 21 Aug 2018

Sick Leave Can Be Calculated Based on Average Shift Length

In October 2017, Mondelez Australia Pty Ltd ("Mondelez"), a chocolate manufacturing facility in Tasmania, sought approval of an EBA. Clause 24 of the

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