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Mental health: Workplace wellness during COVID-19
Mental health: Workplace wellness during COVID-19

 Carolyn Ford 01 Jun 2020

On top of the normal pressures of legal practice, uncertainty around work and the pandemic has increased stress for many practitioners, but there is help available.

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Biometric data: Under your skin – Employee rights to privacy
Biometric data: Under your skin – Employee rights to privacy

 Charles Power 01 Jun 2020

Time and attendance systems that collect and match employee biometric data can lead to privacy concerns. Recent FWC decisions highlight the measures an employer should adopt to impose an enforceable requirement.

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Workplace deaths: Lives matter
Workplace deaths: Lives matter

 Erik Dober 01 Jun 2020

Legislation has been introduced to criminalise workplace manslaughter. These new offences build on employers’ existing duties and impose tough new penalties when breaches cause a person’s death.

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Vigilance or vigilante? Managing long-term ill and injured employees
Vigilance or vigilante? Managing long-term ill and injured employees

 Mark Branagan 01 Jun 2020

The task of managing long-term ill and injured employees is probably the most complex and difficult challenge for management, human resources professionals and legal advisers. 

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Law firm culture: Technology and your firm
Law firm culture: Technology and your firm

 Fabian Horton 01 Apr 2020

It is essential to develop a firm culture that can take advantage of technology and change. key is understanding how your team, technology and firm's story interrelate. Only then can a resilient, yet agile, culture be built.

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Victorian Legal Services Board: Majority of lawyers say #MeToo
Victorian Legal Services Board: Majority of lawyers say #MeToo

 Fiona McLeay 01 Apr 2020

Lawyers are urged to speak up if they witness sexual harassment.

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Young Lawyers: A call to action
Young Lawyers: A call to action

 Rose Inglis 01 Apr 2020

Young lawyers are particularly vulnerable to workplace sexual harassment. There are steps you can take to change the status quo.

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Mental health: Wellbeing in the workplace
Mental health: Wellbeing in the workplace

 Associate Justice Mary-Jane Ierodiaconou 01 Dec 2019

There are practical steps lawyers can take to improve mental wellbeing for themselves and their colleagues...

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What does CEDAW mean for women in Australian workplaces?
What does CEDAW mean for women in Australian workplaces?

 Allana Smith 20 Nov 2019

CEDAW strives for substantive equality, requiring nations who ratify it to be proactive. Is Australia doing enough?

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According to merit?/Diversity: Fighting sexual harassment in firms
According to merit?/Diversity: Fighting sexual harassment in firms

 Vanessa Shambrook 01 Oct 2019

It’s time for the legal sector to address the underlying attitudes that allow gender discrimination and sexual harassment to flourish...

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New regime requires companies to protect whistleblowers
New regime requires companies to protect whistleblowers

 Karin Derkley 19 Sep 2019

New whistleblower protection legislation will open the way to increased litigation and better defend those who disclose corporate misconduct, an LIV lunchtime session heard this week...

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High rates of harassment diminish profession
High rates of harassment diminish profession

 Karin Derkley 14 Aug 2019

Nearly three quarters of women and half of men working in the legal profession in Australia have been the victim of bullying, while almost half of women in the profession say they have been sexually harassed...

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Gender remains on the agenda
Gender remains on the agenda

 Marquita Nolan 01 Aug 2019

All legal workplaces can begin to take accountability for pay and other gender disparities in the workplace by conducting an annual gender pay gap analysis...
 

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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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Can I really work remotely?
Can I really work remotely?

 Sharon Henderson 24 Jun 2019

Even conservative legal firms are shifting to offer flexible working arrangements for professional staff. This transformative shift is having positive outcomes for mental health, work-life balance and productivity...

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