What employers and employees can learn from the much-hyped Comcare v Banerji judgment. By JACK DE FLAMINGH and DANIEL ARGYRIS.
Procedure is a servant, not the king – approval of enterprise agreements gets a little bit easier. By JACK DE FLAMINGH and CHRIS BELL.
An in-depth look at the debate about freedom of speech in an employment relationship. By JACK DE FLAMINGH.
Organisations may be able to escape liability for privacy breaches caused by ‘rogue’ employees, but only if proper protections were in place to start with….
There is a fine line between a decision made because of a protected attribute, and one made because of the manifestation of that protected attribute….
JACK DE FLAMINGH & HANNAH PETERS discuss the first FWC case to consider Fair Work Act amendments aimed at resolving protracted greenfields bargaining disputes.
On International Women’s Day, it’s time we all take stock of what we can do to reduce the gender pay gap.
The Law Society’s Employment Law Committee outlines the legal framework of internships to assist employers in meeting their rights and responsibilities.
Government has moved to limit the fall-out from the Full Federal Court’s decision on casual workers in WorkPac v Skene. Meanwhile, class actions momentum is building. …
The Australian Human Rights Commission has released its 2018 survey into workplace sexual harassment and the results aren’t great. By JACK DE FLAMINGH and ERIN…
Working With Children laws reformed in response to the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse . By SHARMINIE NILES.