Legal & IR Updates

2024

An employee's 'right to disconnect' – what businesses need to know - 21 March 2024

Closing Loopholes Act – Changes Currently Affecting Employers - 7 February 2024

Closing Loopholes Amendment to Fair Work Act - New discrimination protections - 18 January 2024

2023

New limits on fixed term contracts - 13 December 2023

Positive duty to prevent sexual harassment - 13 December 2023

Fair Work Legislation Amendment (Closing Loopholes) Bill 2023 - 12 December 2023

End of year functions - 28 November 2023

Medical marijuana and mine sites – can employees use prescribed marijuana on their days off? - 8 November 2023

Significant Changes to Unfair Contract Terms - 18 October 2023

Does an employer need to provide work to an employee only able to perform light duties? - 3 October 2023

High Court decides Qantas breached Fair Work Act when outsourcing ground handling services - 20 September 2023

Paid Family and Domestic Violence Leave - now applicable to small business owners -  5 September 2023

New WA Aboriginal cultural heritage laws - 10 July 2023

Important changes to Enterprise Bargaining - 7 June 2023

New requirements for employers for public holiday rosters - 1 June 2023

Deadline for notifying staff about pre-2010 collective agreements - 22 May 2023

Employees can no longer be forced to take unpaid leave for annual shutdown - 22 May 2023

Changes to requests for Flexible Working Arrangements from 6 June - 24 April 2023

Sexual harassment in the workplace - what WA businesses need to know - 25 March 2023

When an employee takes too many ‘sickies’ - 1 March 2023

Did you know - Paid Family Domestic Violence Leave from 1 February - 27 February 2023

2022

Major changes to IR and discrimination law - 9 December 2022

End of Year Functions - 1 December 2022

Proposed changes to IR Laws - 4 October 2022

Clarification - annual leave loading and superannuation - 15 September 2022

Everything you need to know about WA's new Security of Payment legislation - 2 September 2022

Proposed Paid Family and Domestic Violence Leave - 1 September 2022

Ineffective use of maximum term contracts - 28 July 2022

Key changes to WA State Employment laws - 11 July 2022

Proposed changes to Australia's employment and industrial relations laws - 27 June 2022

What are 'reasonable' additional hours? - 27 June 2022

Paid Domestic Violence Leave to be introduced - 9 June 2022

Is a demotion a dismissal? - 18 May 2022

Changes to the Electricity (Licensing) Regulations allow apprentices to start supervised electrical work sooner - 27 April 2022

$150,000 in damages imposed against employer - 27 April 2022

Steps employers can take to avoid liability for their employees acts of discrimination - 8 April 2022

What is a 'genuine redundancy'? - 14 March 2022

Allowance increases in Electrical Contracting Industry Award - 27 January 2022

 

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