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Employment Law Bulletin (newsletter)
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2018
Volume 24 No 4 — July 2018
A comparative analysis of recent unfair dismissal cases involving offensive language and abusive conduct
Support persons for employees and the Fair Work Act
Leave accrual during employer response action clarified
Volume 24 No 3 — May 2018
Uber, the Fair Work Act and traditional notions of “employment” in the digital economy
When is a maximum term in an employment contract really a maximum term? Section 386 of the Fair Work Act 2009 (Cth) on the meaning of “dismissed” and Khayam v Navitas
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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