fair work commission

Standing down employees – when can it be done?

Standing down employees without pay would seem a logical response to the current COVID-19 crisis.  Employers must first recognise that during the COVID-19 public health pandemic normal workplace laws continue to apply. [Read more…]

Enterprise agreements – considerations for employers

Anyone who has been through the enterprise bargaining process will appreciate just how onerous the procedural steps and mandatory requirements set out in Part 2-4 of the Fair Work Act 2009 (the Act) can be.

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Why employers must follow process

Employers appearing at the Fair Work Commission may be shocked when the unfair dismissal claim against them is upheld despite the dismissal being for a valid reason.

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Fair Work Amendment Act – how the changes affect your business

The Fair Work Amendment Act 2012 (FWAA) was assented to on 4 December 2012, and came into partial effect on 1 January 2013.  The legislative changes were made in response to industry demands, and relate to unfair dismissals, general protections and enterprise agreements.

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