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First industrial manslaughter conviction; Employees concerned about workplace return; and more

An employer is now the first in Australia to be convicted of industrial manslaughter, and its directors have been convicted of reckless conduct after lying about how a worker died. Also in this article, what workers want from their employers prior to their workplace return; re-assessing the employee experience amid COVID-19; and more. » more »









Clear business case for maintaining flexible work; "Bad attitude" employee loses AA claim; and more

New research shows it would be a mistake for employers to return to business as usual instead of maintaining their workplace flexibility. Also in this article: the Federal Circuit Court has rejected an injured worker's adverse action claim; new rulings on standdowns, JobKeeper disputes and more; and fewer employees are coming out at work. » more »