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Publication - 21 Aug 15

Our quarterly Workplace Relations & Safety Bulletin contains articles on topical issues for employers. In this edition: Managing poor performers – some practical tips | Operating an independent agency: employee or contractor? | Down, but not out: expired enterprise agreements may still be terminated | No beards, no worries: Victorian... Read More

Publication - 02 Jul 15

In Melbourne Stadiums Ltd v Sautner,1 a Full Court of the Federal Court of Australia held that once a contract has been lawfully terminated (whether by either party on notice, on grounds of redundancy or otherwise), an employer cannot later exercise a right to summarily terminate the contract, as a contract... Read More

Publication - 02 Jul 15

In Cerin v ACI Operations,1 an employer tried to persuade the Federal Circuit Court that its employee's employment had come to an end due to the "doctrine of frustration", which allows contracts to be set aside where an unforeseen event leads to circumstances where contractual obligations cannot be fulfilled. On this... Read More

Publication - 02 Jul 15

In the recent decision in Cerin v ACI Operations,1 the Federal Circuit Court rejected an employer's argument that its employee's employment had come to an end due to the "doctrine of frustration", which allows contracts to be set aside where an unforeseen event leads to circumstances where contractual obligations cannot... Read More

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