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Employment Law Bulletin (newsletter)
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2018
Volume 24 No 2 — April 2018
The sting in the tail — the High Court’s decision in Australian Building and Construction Commissioner v Construction, Forestry, Mining and Energy Union (CFMEU) on individuals paying pecuniary penalties
The changing world of work — regulating the work relationship in the United Kingdom
Who’s watching? Managing workplace surveillance technologies
Volume 24 No 1 — February 2018
Confronting bias in courts and tribunals
The minefield of labour hire agencies, on-hire workers, employees and host employers: who has actually dismissed the worker and who is responsible?
2017
Volume 23 No 10 — December 2017
Parliamentary privilege and the Fair Work Commission: Commonwealth of Australia represented by the Department of Immigration and Border Protection v the Community and Public Sector Union
Safety nets and social policy: the ACTU’s claim for family and domestic violence leave and the role of the Fair Work Commission in responding to social issues
Volume 23 No 9 — October 2017
“Ordinary and customary turnover of labour”: exception to redundancy pay entitlement
Genuine redundancy — was it reasonable to redeploy?
Employers’ duties to consult prior to redundancies
Volume 23 No 8 — September 2017
Make sure your “expert” witness is an expert
Liability as an accessory to breaches of the Fair Work Act
Robotics, artificial intelligence and work: hope for the best but prepare for the worst
Volume 23 No 7 — August 2017
Industrial Revolution 4.0 — evolving industrial relations strategies
Unions can maintain anonymity of their members in s 739 dispute notifications and are also parties to disputes under enterprise agreements
Volume 23 No 6 — July 2017
Demystifying the common law doctrine of abandonment of employment
Innocent or illegal? Adverse action cases involving mistakes of law and mistakes of fact
Post-employment restraints: not enforceable where employer repudiates contract
Volume 23 No 5 — June 2017
When does online misbehaviour constitute a “valid reason” for dismissal?
When litigation leads to liquidation: fair work compliance costs to employers
The Fair Work Ombudsman and workplace compliance issue: the investigation process
Volume 23 No 4 — May 2017
Practice and procedure in defending FWO prosecutions: what role for the privilege against penalty?
Dismissal and free speech: Full Federal Court considers implied right in employment context
Volume 23 No 3 — April 2017
Exploring the boundaries of adverse action on the grounds of disability: Shizas v Commissioner of Police
Defining compulsory “training” as “work”: a broad spectrum
Racial discrimination: where to draw the line between jokes and insults
Volume 23 No 2 — March 2017
Leaping over a jurisdictional hurdle in bullying applications: is the employer a “constitutionally-covered business”?
Stop the bullying! (But first, please jump through these hoops) Navigating the anti-bullying provisions of the Fair Work Act
Volume 23 No 1 — February 2017
Multiple decision-makers and their reasons for taking adverse action
Public sector workplace privacy: ruling clarifies application of Information Privacy Principles to employee social media accounts
Another unnecessary casualty of the general law — Skene v Workpac Pty Ltd and casual employee definition
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