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Elections and employment law and underpaying foreign workers in Australia

Impact of elections on employment law On 7 September 2013, the Australian federal elections were held

New management skills needed for a new era

The rise of Asia as an economic powerhouse continues inexorably. Meanwhile, Australian organisations carry on

Are your policies up-to-date with the new family friendly measures in the Fair Work Act 2009

In February this year, we wrote about some of the proposed changes to the

New definition of "worker" in workers compensation law in Queensland

Changes to the definition of "worker" in the Workers Compensation and Rehabilitation Act 2003 ("the

Amendments to Fair Work Act include family friendly and anti-bullying measures

The Fair Work Amendment Bill 2013 has passed through both Houses of

Law firm successfully defends against claim of bullying

In brief - Employee not bullied and employer did not breach duty of careAn employee who

Australia: Anti-bullying and other Fair Work amendments passed

As noted in our article titled " What's in the nature of a bully?" dated

Australia: Redundant? Really? The risks of ignoring proper redundancy procedure

The risks of ignoring a proper redundancy procedure, or using it to conceal the real reason

Australia: Employment Law round up and changes for 2013-14

The year so far....The major changes to employment legislation that have come into effect

55% of Female Senior Managers Are Former Athletes

A survey of 821 female senior managers and executives at companies with annual revenues

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