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People + Culture Strategies
Despite the existence of a valid reason, lack of procedural fairness can result in compensation for unfair dismissal.
Travis Schultz & Partners
The pandemic lockdowns have proven pessimists wrong - trusted team members can be productive when working remotely.
Hall Payne Lawyers
This 2012 amendment is referred to as the ‘260 Week Rule' and impacts significantly on workers compensation benefits.
Hall Payne Lawyers
Work injury damages claims are limited to a claim for loss of past and future economic losses calculated to retirement.
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
The employer claimed serious misconduct by attending the protest rally, for violating government stay-at-home orders.
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
A NSW woman is seeking damages for unfair dismissal after she was allegedly fired for having the Covid-19 vaccination.
Corrs Chambers Westgarth
Long-awaited reforms in WA could finally introduce laws consistent with the Model Work Health and Safety laws.
Hall Payne Lawyers
A vaccine injury compensation scheme (VICS) would act like a form of 'no-fault' insurance.
Cooper Grace Ward
Both a binding nomination or a reversionary pension would lock in your superannuation death benefit payment.
Corrs Chambers Westgarth
The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted every workplace, and has brought the future of flexible working much closer.
Regular, ongoing work with the same employer could amount to an employment relationship, with employment benefits.
Carroll & O'Dea
Schools are recommended to consider the possibility of discrimination in their uniform policies.
People + Culture Strategies
This bill aims to provide similar protections for religious belief and activity, as with age, disability, sex and race.
People + Culture Strategies
The AHRC report follows several complaints of bullying, sexual harassment and sexual assault in the workplace.
Gilchrist Connell
Two cases currently before the High Court involve the distinction between independent contractors and employees.
HBA Legal
A summons to obtain documents must have some apparent or adjectival relevance to the issues in the principal proceeding.
HBA Legal
An employee cannot continue to seek liability for compensation claims that have previously been denied.
Holding Redlich
Links to recent media releases, reports, cases and legislation relating to employment law and workplace relations.
Seyfarth Shaw LLP
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Employers can mandate COVID vaccinations for staff – pursuant to implied term to obey lawful & reasonable directions of employer.
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