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Clayton Utz | Australia | 5 Feb 2015

No place for outdated restrictions in modern workplace

How we achieve real productivity growth is one of the biggest economic challenges facing Australia.But what does productivity actually mean in the


Clayton Utz | Australia | 27 Nov 2014

How to stamp out travel expense fraud

With the ever-increasing globalisation of business, travel expense fraud and abuse are on the rise. The first step to safeguarding against it is to


Clayton Utz | Australia | 10 Sep 2014

High Court finds no implied term of mutual trust and confidence in Australian employment contracts

The High Court's decision today in Commonwealth Bank of Australia v Barker 2014 HCA 32 confirms that there is no implied term of mutual trust and


Clayton Utz | Australia | 23 Apr 2014

New enterprise agreements must comply with new Construction Code from tomorrow

Any contractor who wants Commonwealth-funded building work will need to ensure their new enterprise agreements comply with the draft Building and


Clayton Utz | Australia | 12 Mar 2014

No time limits for bullying complaints in the Fair Work Commission

The Fair Work Commission's anti-bullying powers commenced operation on 1 January 2014. Can it hear complaints based on behaviour that occurred before


Clayton Utz | Australia | 6 Nov 2013

Significant changes to Queensland workers compensation legislation passed; what this means for your workplace

Following the release in May 2013 of the report of the Inquiry into the Operation of Queensland's Workers' Compensation Scheme, the Workers


Clayton Utz | Australia | 30 Oct 2013

High Court says injury during sex on a work trip not "in the course of employment"

Employers will only be liable for injuries suffered by employees in the course of their employment - however that doesn't include injuries from a


Clayton Utz | Australia | 28 Jun 2013

Fair Work Act amendments passed; changes to right of entry, adverse action and bullying

The Fair Work Amendment Bill 2013, which has now passed Parliament, brings in significant changes to right of entry provisions, the Fair Work


Clayton Utz | Australia | 28 May 2013

Who's the boss: the impact of multiple employment and successive contracts

In an area that is rarely tested, the Full Federal Court has come down in favour of recognising continuity of service with one employer, despite


Clayton Utz | Australia | 18 Jan 2013

Last piece of the puzzle falls into place for Qantas

Many were quick to criticise in October 2011 when Qantas CEO Alan Joyce announced that he intended to ground the entire Qantas domestic fleet, lock

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