In December 2018, the Review of the Model Work Health and Safety Laws: Final Report (the Review) was handed down, representing a considerable shift in policy. Read more here.
Moray & Agnew share insights into a case where the new regulation on casual employment has created uncertainty for an employee entitled to paid annual leave on termination…
The team at Buddle Finlay examine proper management of pay equity claims here
Read about the challenges of managing ill and injured employees: what medical evidence is required; defensible decision-making and more
Nick Tindley Partner at FCB Workplace Law analyses that impact of a decision madeearlier this year by the Full Bench of the Fair Work Commission (FWC)
For insight on how you can establish and maintain your organisation’s values click here
The New Zealand Government has established a taskforce to conduct a review of the Holidays Act 2003. For information about the new bill, read on…
The New Zealand Government progresses with its package of employment law reforms. Read on for upcoming legislation, timeframes and advice for employers.
Slavery is a real issue in Australia, and new legislation designed to tackle it will affect a surprising number of businesses. Here’s a breakdown of how.
The Fair Work Commission will inevitably find a dismissal to be ‘unfair’ if, despite having legitimate performance concerns, an employer does not give the employee a ‘fair go’ to both respond to those concerns and improve their performance. For the full article, courtesy of Norton Rose Fulbright, click here.