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Cases and Legislation May 2019

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Workplace Relations Review

Cases and Legislation May 2019 BREAKING NEWS: ANNUAL WAGE REVIEW DECISION The Fair Work Commission’s Expert Panel for annual wage reviews announced today that the national minimum wage will increase by 3.0% (or $21.60 per week). This means that from the first full pay...

Cases and Legislation March 2019

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Workplace Relations Review

Cases and Legislation March 2019 Modern Awards “FWC abandons Abandonment of Employment” 4 yearly review of modern award – Abandonment of Employment [2018] FWCFB 7433 The Full Bench of the Fair Work Commission has removed the abandonment of employment clauses from the...

2018 Key Moments and 2019 Forecast

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Workplace Relations Review

2018 Key Moments and 2019 Forecast In our final E-update for the year, we provide a summary of some of the key industrial and employment topics for 2018 and those we expect to continue to have an impact on employers in 2019. Casual Employment Casual employment was a...

Workplace Law’s 2018 Christmas Party Guide

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Workplace Law’s 2018 Christmas Party Guide

Workplace Law's 2018 Christmas Party Guide Welcome to Workplace Law’s 2018 Christmas Party Guide. No, this wasn’t written by the Grinch! While we are lawyers we still believe that it is possible for employers to host work social functions that are fun and safe for...

Annual Wage Review Decision 2018

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June 2018 Special E-update

Annual Wage Review Decision 2018 Each financial year, the Fair Work Commission (FWC)’s Expert Panel is required to conduct and complete a review of the national minimum wage (NMW) and minimum wages in modern awards as part of the Annual Wage Review (AWR). On 1 June...

CONDUCT, BEHAVIOUR AND SEXUAL HARASSMENT IN THE WORKPLACE – EMPLOYER OBLIGATIONS

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March 2018 Special E-update

CONDUCT, BEHAVIOUR AND SEXUAL HARASSMENT IN THE WORKPLACE – EMPLOYER OBLIGATIONS Sexual harassment is a conduct and behaviour issue for employers and is expressly prohibited by Australia’s anti-discrimination legislation. In this special e-update we will look at...

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