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Workplace Relations Section Case Law Update: June 2019
Workplace Relations Section Case Law Update: June 2019

 Workplace Relations Section 03 Jul 2019

The LIV's Workplace Relations Section monthly case law update provides members with a brief summary of relevant employment law and industrial relations decisions published in June 2019.

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Workplace Relations Section Case Law Update: May 2019
Workplace Relations Section Case Law Update: May 2019

 Workplace Relations Section 29 May 2019

The LIV's Workplace Relations Section monthly case law update provides members with a brief summary of relevant employment law and industrial relations decisions published in May 2019...

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Workplace Relations Section Case Law Update: April 2019
Workplace Relations Section Case Law Update: April 2019

 Workplace Relations Section 06 May 2019

The LIV's Workplace Relations Section is pleased to introduce its first monthly case law update, providing members with a brief summary of relevant employment law and industrial relations decisions published in April 2019...

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The changing face of labour hire
The changing face of labour hire

 Mark Yorston and Claire Munro-Smith 01 Apr 2019

A recent Full Federal Court decision has caused the legal profession to focus attention on the proper characterisation of workers who have been hired on a casual basis but may since be considered permanent employees...

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LIV Submission to the Inquiry into the Victorian On-Demand Workforce
LIV Submission to the Inquiry into the Victorian On-Demand Workforce

 Workplace Relations Section 20 Feb 2019

The LIV has made a submission to the Department of Jobs, Precincts and Regions' Inquiry into the Victorian On-Demand Workforce (the 'gig economy'). 

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LIV Submission on Sexual Harassment in Australian Workplaces
LIV Submission on Sexual Harassment in Australian Workplaces

 Workplace Relations Section 17 Jan 2019

The LIV has made a submission to the Law Council of Australia's response to the Australian Human Rights Commission's Inquiry into Sexual Harassment in Australian Workplaces. 

 

 

 

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LIV Submission on Labour Hire Licensing Regulations
LIV Submission on Labour Hire Licensing Regulations

 Workplace Relations Section 05 Sep 2018

The LIV has made a submission to the Deparment of Economic Development, Jobs, Transport and Resources on the draft Labour Hire Licensing Regulations. 

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LIV supports the Modern Slavery Bill 2018
LIV supports the Modern Slavery Bill 2018

 Workplace Relations Section 13 Jul 2018

The LIV has provided feedback to the Law Council of Australia (LCA) on the Modern Slavery Bill 2018.

 

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LIV Submission on the Exploitation of Cleaners Working in Retail Chains
LIV Submission on the Exploitation of Cleaners Working in Retail Chains

 Workplace Relations Section 05 Jul 2018

The LIV has made a submission to the Law Council of Australia on the inquiry into the exploitation of general and specialist cleaners working in retail chains for contracting or subcontracting cleaning companies... 

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Short-changing employees is wage theft
Short-changing employees is wage theft

 Kleo Cruse 23 May 2018

Intentionally short-changing employees of pay entitlements is tantamount to theft and should be criminalised, a Young Workers Centre roundtable has been told...

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Dealing with ill and injured workers
Dealing with ill and injured workers

 Andrew Douglas 08 Mar 2018

Safety law throughout Australia imposes duties on employees to take reasonable care to prevent injury to themselves and others, and comply with the lawful and reasonable directions of their employers...

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Fair play
Fair play

 Emma Goodwin 02 Oct 2017

The law constrains an employer’s ability to make deductions from an employee’s pay...

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Why pay a recruiter?
Why pay a recruiter?

 Thomas Hobbs 01 Apr 2017

It is worth considering outsourcing the function of hiring if a legal employer wants to save time and resources. Most Your Career columns help lawyers as employees. This month, I will focus...

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The workplace of the future: What will it look like?
The workplace of the future: What will it look like?

 Melissa Lirosi 22 Mar 2017

Now is a dynamic time for the labour market, both globally and in Australia. Lawyers and employers alike need to keep up...

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3 things every new employment lawyer should know
3 things every new employment lawyer should know

 Melissa Lirosi 22 Feb 2017

If you’re new to employment law you might find yourself asking what it takes to be successful.  Employment law is a complex area with legislation...

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