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Publication - 02 Mar 20

Do you have annualised wages in your organisation? This guide will help you get prepared for the 1 March 2020 changes. The concept of annualised wages under modern awards and their impact on existing employment arrangements has left many HR practitioners bewildered. There is one certainty – it is time to... Read More

Publication - 02 Mar 20

Imagine paying your employee $100K thinking that you are paying at least $40K over the amount they would have received under the award (keeping in mind that most awards only have hourly and weekly rates). There is just no way that you could be underpaying the employee given you have... Read More

Publication - 11 Nov 19

The current fires in New South Wales and Queensland are a timely reminder for employers to review their business arrangements for responding to such crises, particularly in workforce management, and ensuring that they have a plan in place to deal with the aftermath.  In this eBulletin, we provide some guidance on... Read More

Publication - 16 Oct 19

In an ironic turn of events, a poorly implemented and followed performance improvement plan (PIP) has resulted in an employer having to pay $205,342 to an employee who brought a successful adverse action claim in the Federal Circuit Court of Australia Read More

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