Hall Payne Lawyers
The QIRC overturned prior decisions, so the worker's compensation claim for a terminal condition was accepted.
To succeed your anti-bullying application you must show you have been bullied AND you are likely to continue to experience bullying.
PCC Employment Lawyers
Summary of what is happening in the news & in the courts in the area of employment law.
People + Culture Strategies
In recent case employee engaged in a legal strategy which was aimed at stalling the final hearing of the matter.
Clifford Gouldson Lawyers
When implementing a COVID-19 vaccination policy, follow a proper process for engaging with & consulting workers & other stakeholders.
Recent case affirms principle that vicarious liability is not dependent on contractual arrangements, but rather on a question of fact.
The Vincent Young Employment + Workplace Relations team has updated its Employment + Workplace Relations Guide to reflect the changes for the 2022-2023 financial year.
Employees may not be protected against dismissal if any part of their absence lasts for more than three months.
Hall Payne Lawyers
Recent decision highlights that persons who have suffered PTSD can safely return to work in emergency services.
Carroll & O'Dea
If someone manages their own business & sustains an injury, that business owner could be entitled to WorkCover compensation.
Recent cases highlight key factors for employers considering dismissing an employee for not complying with a vaccination policy.
What should an employment agreement for a medical practice manager cover?
Latest updates relating to the superannuation industry – regulations & laws.
Council officials can be disciplined for breaching new policies once they are adopted. Policies discussed here.
Recent WH&S case discussed.
Travis Schultz & Partners
Recent injuries & deaths raise the question of whether the safety regulations that apply to amusement rides are sufficient.
This podcast discusses recent authorities on the issue of the general protections under the Fair Work Act 2009 (Cth).
The written contract determines if a person is an employee or contractor, not post-contractual conduct.
Constructive dismissal is when an employee feels they have no other choice but to resign from their employment.
Many employment contracts contain clauses that could restrict employees during or after their employment.