“It has become extremely difficult to get enterprise agreements through the FWC.”
“It has become extremely difficult to get enterprise agreements through the FWC, largely in light of the loaded rates decision that came out earlier this year,”
Perth restaurant allegedly discriminated against a pregnant casual worker calling her “disgusting”.
Perth restaurant allegedly discriminating a pregnant casual worker calling her “disgusting”
“Perth Glory have partnered with Workplace Law whose logo will feature on the front of the club’s Westfield W-League shorts this season.”
Workplace Law announce their new partnership with Perth Glory.
Workplace Law enters new W-League partnership with Perth Glory
Workplace Law is passionate about supporting female footballers in their pursuit of becoming fulltime professional athletes who are able to earn a living through playing the game they love.
“Employers should always think about the timing of announcements”
Worker dismissed for fiery Facebook post criticising his employers’ memo after death of fellow employee
Our Director, Shane Koelmeyer, spoke to Emma Koehn at Smart Company about best practice tips for enforcing a social media policy and communicating with employees.
“It is not enough for a company to be doing the right thing any more”
Our Managing Director, Athena Koelmeyer, spoke to the Sydney Morning Herald about the importance of employers prioritising work health safety as a preventative measure rather than simply acting in response to a serious workplace accident.
“Modern awards are in a constant state of flux with amendments regularly flowing through.”
Our Managing Director, Athena Koelmeyer, spoke to Fairfax media about the trending employment law issues facing Australian employers.
The office Christmas party, with the release of a new movie featuring Jennifer Aniston, is a hot topic this year. It seems employers are keen to understand their legal risks and obligations and what precautions they should take when planning and hosting events.
Workplace Law’s Director, Shane Koelmeyer, was recently interviewed by Smart Company in response to a survey of 5,500 retail workers conducted by the Shop Distributive and Allied Employees’ Association (SDA)
HR directors and corporate leaders beware: the FWO is taking legal action against individuals who contravene the Fair Work Act 2009 (Cth).
During 2016 we have seen an increase in the Fair Work Ombudsman’s (FWO’s) efforts to pursue directors and managers, including HR and payroll managers, for their involvement in contraventions of the Fair Work Act 2009(Cth) (FW Act).
Q&A: When Enterprise Agreement Bargaining Turns Ugly
In issue 14.9 of HRD Magazine, Workplace Law’s Managing Director, Athena Koelmeyer highlights to employers the techniques that can be used in difficult enterprise agreement negotiations.
Determining whether an employee’s working hours are ‘reasonable’
Determining whether an employee’s working hours are ‘reasonable’ In Issue 14.7 of HRD Magazine Workplace Law's Managing Director, Athena Koelmeyer, discusses the term ‘reasonable additional hours’ commonly used in employment contracts and outlines the main factors...
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