In this video David Bates of Harmers Workplace Lawyers gives a succinct overview of Adverse Actions, and a few key tips for employers managing an adverse action claim.
Key insight on performance management processes
Under new legislation which took effect at the end of January, bargaining representatives are now required to disclose any personal financial benefits arising from enterprise agreements before they are voted on. Lander & Rogers give their insight here…
Impending changes to laws regulating the labour-hire sector likely in Victoria following introduction of similar schemes in Queensland and South Australia. Harmers Workplace Lawyers give their insight…
Two recent cases put employers on notice about entitlements and rights for temporary and casual workers under the Fair Work Act. Read on…
Moray & Agnew Lawyers summarise a case whereby a Cranbourne bus driver has been successful in an application for overtime earnings to be included in the calculation of accident make-up pay
This article looks at the decline of enterprise bargaining, current situation regarding termination of agreements, trends over the past few years, increased scrutiny under the BOOT and case reviews
The Fair Work Commission (FWC) will determine a standard replacement provision for abandonment of employment clauses in six modern awards after finding that these clauses are inconsistent with the Fair Work Act 2009.
Is your organisation prepared? There are new obligations, your organisation needs to be ready for the increased transparency and compliance requirements regarding data protection and privacy.
A guide to managing “complicated” top performers. When should you keep them, and how to do so without alienating the rest of your staff. Courtesy of Lander & Rogers, view the overview of handling talented but complicated employees.