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Publication - 14 Dec 17

Welcome to the December 2017 edition of the Workplace Relations & Safety Bulletin. This edition discusses several recent legal developments and helpful tips for employers including: • How employers must take care when seeking to unilaterally impose changes on employees; • a caution for employers from the Fair Work Commission on clarity of OH&S policies;... Read More

Publication - 07 Dec 17

There is no doubt that 2017 has been a tough year for retailers, with sales remaining flat and a number of retailers having to close their doors. All of this while the spectre of Amazon's arrival has loomed large on the horizon, with many analysts and scribes positing on the... Read More

News - 11 Oct 17

Independent Australian law firm Lander & Rogers has announced that it will be appointing partners Tony Woods and Stephen Jauncey to its Workplace Relations & Safety practice in Sydney. Their official start dates at the firm are likely to be within the month. Tony joins from Henry Davis York and brings... Read More

News - 11 Oct 17

This morning the Full Court of the Federal Court rejected the SDA and United Voice's applications to quash the Fair Work Commission’s determinations to reduce Sunday penalty rates (Penalty Rates Decision). The five judge Full Court Bench (consisting of Judges Tony North, Richard Tracey, Geoffrey Flick, Jayne Jagot, and Mordy Bromberg)... Read More

News - 10 Oct 17

We wish to congratulate Patrizia (Pat) Mercuri who was recently appointed a judge of the Federal Circuit Court. This is a wonderful achievement for Pat whose commitment to legal excellence has been the cornerstone of her career as an industrial, discrimination, and employment lawyer. Pat joined the Lander & Rogers partnership... Read More

Publication - 09 May 17

Our Workplace Relations & Safety Bulletin contains articles on topical issues for employers. In this edition: if you can rely on a criminal record to make employment decisions; when post-employment restraints can be justified; and whether an employer can investigate an employee’s Facebook page without breaking privacy laws.... Read More

Publication - 05 May 17

The Supreme Court of NSW yesterday handed down judgment in the first case dealing with the validity of a termination of a franchise agreement for alleged underpayment of franchisee employees. The judgment provides valuable lessons and warnings for franchisors and franchisees that may be on the brink of similar litigation. Ultimately,... Read More

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