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LEGISLATION & REGULATION

Employers call for "sensible" Fair Work changes

Prime Minister Scott Morrison has flagged reforms to the workplace relations system, calling on employers to "build the evidence for change".

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TERMINATION
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Misconduct allegations a "brutal burden" for employee

The Fair Work Commission has found that a "brutal" dismissal fell short of being harsh, because the employee had "clear and fair opportunities" to respond to the allegations against him. » more »

CONTRACT, CASUAL & CONTINGENT WORK
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Webcast: Casuals and contingent employment update

Never has there been so much complexity and confusion around the legalities of engaging casual, contingent and labour hire workers. This webcast sheds light on recent legislative developments; practical considerations and steps for HR; and more. » more »

CONTRACT, CASUAL & CONTINGENT WORK
PREMIUM

Webcast: Casuals and contingent employment update

Never has there been so much complexity and confusion around the legalities of engaging casual, contingent and labour hire workers. This webcast sheds light on recent legislative developments; practical considerations and steps for HR; and more. » more »

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Drunk employee's reinstatement upheld; D&I programs missing the mark; and more

The dismissal of an employee for drunken behaviour has "significant application across Australian workplaces" and warranted rehearing by appeal, the Fair Work Commission has ruled. Also in this article, D&I programs are missing their mark; communicating STP changes to employees; and more. » more »