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Publication - 13 Sep 19

Can you sack an employee for expressing their political opinions? The answer is not clear cut, but if that expression constitutes breach of policy or failure to follow a lawful and reasonable direction, it is likely that you can show that employee the door.... Read More

Publication - 09 Sep 19

Termination of employment by text message found to be "unconscionably undignified", even for small businesses Two recent decisions from the Fair Work Commission serve as a warning to employers that advising employees via text message that their employment has been terminated is rarely appropriate or considerate.... Read More

Publication - 16 Aug 19

The outcome of this case could impact nearly two million public servants across the country. In one corner, we have the 27-year-old constitutionally implied right to freedom of political communication. And in the other corner, the challenger, we have the Australian Public Service (APS) Code of Conduct. Who wins the fight?... Read More

Publication - 15 Jul 19

Now that employers have been given some time to digest the, according to the polls, unexpected result in Australia's 2019 Federal Election, many are still left questioning — what does the Coalition victory mean for the industrial relations and employment law landscape? The Coalition Government's industrial relations policies were limited in... Read More

Publication - 02 Jul 19

与党自由・国民党連合政権は、大方の予想を裏切ってゴールになんとか駈け込み、連邦選挙に勝利しました。選挙直後の狂騒から与野党共に回復、内閣(影の内閣)の陣容が発表された現在、Lander & Rogers法律事務所発行の連載『豪州総選挙2019 年』の最終号となる第3号では、今後3年間の連邦政府の政策が豪州で投資を行う外国人や外資系企業にとって何を意味するかを見ていきます。もし前号をお読みになっていないのであれば。 Read More

Publication - 27 Jun 19

The Full Bench of the Fair Work Commission has considered the issue of when illegally obtained workplace surveillance becomes evidence in a case which raises "new and novel issues in the Commission’s unfair dismissal jurisdiction" Read More

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