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.
ELM TV EXCLUSIVE – In his experience, Perth based employment lawyer, Daniel White, says getting employee buy in is the most important aspect of getting an Enterprise Agreement approved.
We learn from Cathy Lyndon what is happening in the EB and IR space. Specifically also, “Since the Aurizon Full Bench decision in 2015 the position has changed, and the Commission has recognised that the legislative scheme does not require, or indeed intend, agreements to continue in perpetuity.”
ELM TV EXCLUSIVE – A current challenge for many Australian employers is their lack of understanding on changes to Right of Entry in their workplace. Michelle Dawson of Madgwicks gives us a quick reminder of employer and union’s rights and obligations.
Experienced IR Senior Associate, Kate Lehane, thinks that “something which is causing a lot of concern for employers at the moment are the prescriptive processes around enterprise bargaining and issues surrounding the ‘better off overall test’. A number of recent decisions have created some real doubt around these issues,” she writes in this exclusive.
While 7-Eleven continues to work with the FWO to address its franchise arrangements in order to address non-compliance, this article by Chris Woodlard of Holding Redlich highlights four steps to reduce exposure for franchisors going forth.