General Freedom of Speech? Not an academic question

The High Court decision of Ridd v James Cook University and implications for intellectual freedom.

An onerous onus – Displacing the reverse onus of proof

Why Qantas’ reasons for outsourcing during the COVID-19 pandemic don’t measure up.

The primacy of contracts: High Court rules on casual employment

High Court rules on casual employment, and the primacy of contracts over hopes and expectations.

When does dishonesty provide a valid reason for dismissal?

When the boss has questions about your ‘out of hours’ conduct, is honesty always the best policy?

Devil in the data: Deliveroo decision delivers a blow to the gig economy

Top takeaways from the FWC’s Deliveroo decision and implications for the gig economy.

Transitioning back to the office: Rights and responsibilities

Tips for employers and employees alike in negotiating the transition back to the office.

Let’s keep it casual: A modern take on an old concept

A practical analysis of the Government’s significant new reforms to casual employment laws.

Beyond the bounds of Uber: implications for Australia

The landmark UK Supreme Court Uber decision and why it’s highly relevant for Australia.

Requiring the jab? What’s reasonable in Australian workplaces

What is lawful and reasonable when it comes to vaccinations and the workplace?