ELM TV EXCLUSIVE – One of ELM’s most informative contributors, Marie-Claire Foley, Partner at Ashurst, in this video details two main trends happening in the IR space at the moment. On top of highlighting what these are, she goes on to explain possible reasons.
Read several key recommendations from Ashurst’s Talia Firth for what an employer should consider when making decisions related to redundancies and workplace restructures. Speaking at an upcoming workshop on this topic, Talia also points out two key case decisions that help explain her rationale.
Ashurst Senior Associate, Liz Grey, answers five essential questions regarding domestic leave entitlements in Australia. “Consider the terms of any domestic violence leave policy or enterprise agreement clause, and in particular, the definitions used,” she advises employers.
In this extremely detailed and informative article Marie-Claire Foley of Ashurst specifies challenges with current EBAs, case examples where EBAs are in the spotlight and what she believes employers need to keep an eye on for 2017 in the IR space. “Employers need to be aware about what has changed, how those changes will affect their business, and what proposed changes are in the legislative pipeline.”
Ashurst’s Talia Firth answers three important questions regarding workplace investigations that came from delegates of the recent HR Law Masterclass Australia event, including the citation of the Mr Michael Fitzpatrick v Bunnings Group Ltd T/A Bunnings  FWC 1869 case example.