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News - 09 May 16

According to Federal Employment Minister, Senator the Hon. Michaelia Cash, if Australia is to remain a globally competitive economy we have to ensure that our industrial relations systems and regulation can respond appropriately. "Producers and consumers are discovering new ways to find each other and most of it is online. It... Read More

Publication - 10 Dec 15

The House of Representatives recently accepted extensive changes to the Fair Work Amendment Bill 2014 forced by Senate cross benchers. The Act, which is a significantly watered down version of the Bill originally introduced by the Coalition early last year, amends the Fair Work Act 2009 (Cth) (FW Act) in the... Read More

Publication - 24 Nov 15

Our quarterly Workplace Relations & Safety Bulletin contains articles on topical issues for employers. In this edition: Managing party season | Protecting client relationships through restraints | Mass inconvenience not grounds enough to stop industrial action | Disability discrimination | Super problems during the Christmas season... and more... Read More

News - 11 Sep 15

The Victorian Minister for Industrial Relations, The Hon Natalie Hutchins MP, has announced an Inquiry into the labour hire industry and insecure work in Victoria. The Inquiry will investigate the practices of labour hire companies, insecure work, sham contracting and the abuse of visas to avoid workplace law undermine minimum employment... Read More

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

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