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Pay & Conditions

​Could you soon be providing Domestic Violence Leave?

By Jim Wilson on 10th July 2017

A recent Fair Work decision could be the first step towards seeing domestic violence leave become a standard employment condition for most Australian employees.

Pay & Conditions

Converting your casuals to permanents – are you ready for this?

By Alison Williams on 10th July 2017

You employ five permanent staff and eight casuals. Can your business afford for your casuals to become permanent too? You could be looking at this situation very soon.

Pay & Conditions | Termination & Redundancy

Are you ready for 1 July?

By Paul Munro on 27th June 2017

In this handy summary we update you on all the changes affecting unfair dismissal, minimum award wages and superannuation that start from 1 July.

Recruitment | EEO & Privacy

Video Q&A: Employing someone with a criminal record

By Paul Munro on 19th June 2017

IR expert Paul Munro discusses the legality of refusing to employ someone with a criminal record.

Termination & Redundancy

What will you do after work?

By Fiona Smith on 9th June 2017

Fiona Smith looks at how and why you should help your older employees transition to retirement.

Conduct & Performance

Video Q&A: Demotion as discipline

By Paul Munro on 9th June 2017

In this video Q&A, industrial relations expert Paul Munro discusses whether it can be a viable option for an employer to demote an underperforming employee.

WHS & Workers Comp

Video Q&A: Accident pay

By Paul Munro on 9th June 2017

IR expert Paul Munro explains why an employee who is on workers compensation no longer receives pay from the company once he resigns.

Pay & Conditions

Minimum wage to increase by 3.3%

By Alison Williams on 6th June 2017

Mimimum award wages and the national minimum wage will increase by 3.3 per cent from 1 July this year.

Pay & Conditions

Penalty rates will reduce over 2-3 years

By Alison Williams on 5th June 2017

Details of the Fair Work Commission's (FWC's) decision on the time frame for reducing penalty rates in the Hospitality, Fast Food, Retail and Pharmacy Awards.

Recruitment | Pay & Conditions

Infographic: The basics of employment contracts

By Alison Williams on 30th May 2017

We've heard recently that some businesses don't have written employment contracts with their staff. Is this you? If so, you are putting your business at risk. Find out why you need well-drafted employment contracts – our infographic sums it all up.

Termination & Redundancy

Video Q&A: Protecting your confidential information

By Paul Munro on 25th May 2017

Paul Munro discusses how to protect your confidential information when an employee leaves to go to a competitor.

Pay & Conditions

Are you one of the Ombudsman’s 10,000 tip-offs?

By Alison Williams on 24th May 2017

The Fair Work Ombudsman reports it has received its 10,000th anonymous tip-off, with the majority of people (65%) using its online tool to dob in their current employer. Are you one of them?

General

​Webinar: How HR Advance will change your life

By HR Advance on 5th May 2017

In this webinar Managing Editor of HR Advance, Alison Williams, is joined by National Sales Manager Sue Mitchell and Business Solutions Executive Junaid Seifried, to demonstrate how easy it is to use the new features and also answer any questions about the HR Advance platform.

Termination & Redundancy

An ability to reinvent is the new career survival skill

By Fiona Smith on 27th Apr 2017

Help your employees prepare for constant change as the nature of work becomes increasingly insecure.

Termination & Redundancy

Infographic: Explaining termination payments

By Alison Williams on 27th Apr 2017

Make sense of employee termination payments: common components and explanations of some of the most common calculations.

Termination & Redundancy

​Do we extend a termination notice period for public holidays?

By Paul Munro on 27th Apr 2017

When an employee resigns, is the notice period extended if it includes public holidays or the employee takes annual leave during that time?

Pay & Conditions

Working over Easter: the ins and outs of paying your staff

By Paul Munro on 11th Apr 2017

Easter is fast approaching! Do you have staff who will be working on the public holidays? Do you know your rights if an employee refuses to work? Find out the ins and outs of paying employees over this holiday period.

Termination & Redundancy

Webinar: Lack of notice and other common termination questions

By HR Advance on 6th Apr 2017

In this webinar workplace writer and expert Paul Munro answers some common dilemmas employers experience around employee termination, with a particular focus on ‘notice of termination’.

Termination & Redundancy

Video Q&A – Has our worker abandoned his employment?

By Paul Munro on 4th Apr 2017

Paul Munro answers an employer’s question about an employee who hasn’t shown up to work for a couple of days.

Pay & Conditions

Are your employees secretly recording you?

By Alison Williams on 28th Mar 2017

If record keeping has not been a high priority in your business, a new app from the Fair Work Ombudsman could result in you having to answer some difficult questions.

Pay & Conditions

Penalty rates: next steps

By Alison Williams on 28th Mar 2017

What's the latest on the Fair Work Commission's recent decision to reduce penalty rates in five key awards?

Termination & Redundancy

Video Q&A – Small businesses and redundancy pay

By Paul Munro on 28th Mar 2017

Do small business employers have to pay redundancy payments to employees whose jobs have become redundant?

General

Plain English Documents have landed

By HR Advance on 28th Mar 2017

Now available: five of our most popular documents in a ‘Plain English’ format.

General

Customise your document headers and footers

By HR Advance on 28th Mar 2017

Upload your own headers and footers and ensure you always have branded documents ready to go.

General

New feature: document email alerts

By HR Advance on 28th Mar 2017

Want to know immediately when a document template has been updated? Or when you need to take action on a document? Opt in to our new Alert feature ...

Recruitment

Webinar: Recruitment ‘Curly’ Questions

By Alison Williams on 10th Mar 2017

Our webinar on 6 March 2017 addressed some of the more difficult questions that arise during the recruitment process.

Recruitment

Infographic: Global recruitment trends

By Guest author on 10th Mar 2017

This infographic presents the latest global recruitment trends.

Recruitment

​Film festival proves why recruitment, like justice, should be blind

By Fiona Smith on 10th Mar 2017

Fiona Smith describes the stunning effect that anonymising entries had on the makeup of the finalists at this year's Tropfest – and what we can learn from this.

Pay & Conditions

​Penalty rates decision: weighing up your options

By Mike Toten on 10th Mar 2017

Last month the Fair Work Commission decided to cut penalty rates in some key industries. We look at some of the decisions you might need to make as a result.

Recruitment | Termination & Redundancy

Video Q&A – Employing a Spouse or Relative

By Paul Munro on 24th Feb 2017

Employing a spouse or relative may see issues of discrimination, conflict of interest and performance appraisal arise. This Video Q&A explores a thorny problem.

Pay & Conditions

​Sunday, public holiday penalty rates cut: what happens now?

By Alison Williams on 23rd Feb 2017

Employers are celebrating the announcement of a cut to Sunday and public holiday penalty rates in the hospitality, retail and other industries. How does this affect your business?

Recruitment | Termination & Redundancy

Video Q&A – Make your flexible working arrangements non-discriminatory

By Paul Munro on 14th Feb 2017

This video Q&A advises employers on how to implement a flexible work policy that doesn't discriminate.

EEO & Privacy

Webinar: Why you need a diverse workforce

By HR Advance on 14th Feb 2017

Our webinar on 6 February 2017 addressed some questions that arise when considering a diverse workforce, particularly focusing on age diversity.

Conduct & Performance | EEO & Privacy

Sexual harassment: Why we disregard angry women

By Fiona Smith on 13th Feb 2017

Stereotypes about women - in particular how 'emotional' they are - have serious consequences when it comes to investigating complaints in the workplace.

Pay & Conditions

Infographic: Workplace Flexibility

By Alison Williams on 13th Feb 2017

Find out all you need to know about flexible work in Australia today in this infographic, with current statistics and an outline of the provisions in the Fair Work Act.

Conduct & Performance

​How to manage cultural diversity in the workplace

By Charisse Gray on 24th Jan 2017

Explore how managing cultural diversity can help your organisation’s competitive advantage and improve productivity and innovation.

Conduct & Performance

Effective workplace flexibility is freedom ... with responsibility

By Fiona Smith on 23rd Jan 2017

Thinking about allowing your workers to work “flexibly”? Fiona Smith finds out why Australian businesses are leading this trend.

Conduct & Performance

Avoid these 8 mistakes in a workplace investigation

By Alison Williams on 15th Dec 2016

In the second of our two-part series on workplace investigations, in this article we look at the most common mistakes employers make when conducting an investigation.

Termination & Redundancy

Resignations and notice: how to do it

By Paul Munro on 15th Dec 2016

In this article Paul Munro gets to the nitty gritty of employee resignations: the date they take effect, the length of the notice period and does a resignation have to be in writing?

Recruitment | Pay & Conditions

​Both parties believed he was a casual... but they were wrong

In a recent case, a court determined that a dump truck operator who was engaged as a casual was in fact a permanent employee.

Pay & Conditions | Conduct & Performance

Webinar: Christmas Conundrums

By HR Advance on 1st Dec 2016

In the lead up to the Christmas and New Year period, HR Advance presents this special webinar addressing some of the common employment issues that arise for employers at this busy time of year.

Pay & Conditions

Infographic: Public holidays primer

By Alison Williams on 25th Nov 2016

Common questions around the Christmas/New Year public holidays are illustrated in this infographic.

Conduct & Performance

​6 ways not to mess up a workplace investigation

It’s the silly season and unfortunately there’s been an alcohol-fuelled “incident” at your office Christmas party. You need to quickly and effectively investigate what happened, but you’ve never had to do this before. Where do you start?

Conduct & Performance

7 common work Christmas party problems

By Mike Toten on 10th Nov 2016

Your end-of-year Christmas party will be here sooner than you think and with it the potential for some risky behaviour. This article answers seven of the common questions employers ask about managing employee behaviour and provides a handy checklist to download.

Pay & Conditions

Why unlimited holidays fail: people need to know the limits

By Fiona Smith on 10th Nov 2016

Fiona Smith explores why giving your employees unlimited holidays doesn't work, but making sure they take their accrued leave is a must for your bottom line.

Pay & Conditions

Video Q&A: Annual close down, not enough accrued leave

By Paul Munro on 8th Nov 2016

This video Q&A looks at an issue which may arise when an employer instigates a business close down over the Christmas/New Year period: employees who don't have enough accrued leave to cover it.

Recruitment

Video Q&A: Employing school students over Christmas

By Paul Munro on 7th Nov 2016

Paul Munro looks at child labour laws and employing school students.

WHS & Workers Comp

Webinar: Master Disaster - handling WHS incidents

​Our webinar on 25 October 2016 presented you with a guide to handling work health and safety incidents in your workplace.

WHS & Workers Comp

Infographic: ROI of work health and safety

By Alison Williams on 26th Oct 2016

This infographic outlines the compelling case for investing in work health and safety in your business.

WHS & Workers Comp

​8 WHS facts that could cost you money

By Alison Williams on 26th Oct 2016

Employers are on the front line of work health and safety (WHS) laws with heavy penalties applying if you get it wrong. Here’s some WHS facts you may not be aware of to help you stay safe, healthy and on the right side of the law.

WHS & Workers Comp

​Should your company’s no-smoking policy cover e-cigarettes?

By Paul Munro on 17th Oct 2016

Have you had any employees wanting to ‘vape’ at work? This article looks at the use of e-cigarettes by employees and whether this may breach your company’s ‘no-smoking in the workplace’ policy.

WHS & Workers Comp

Video Q&A: E-cigarettes in the workplace

By Paul Munro on 17th Oct 2016

In this Video Q&A, Paul Munro explores some of the issues around e-cigarettes in workplace.

WHS & Workers Comp

Breaking bad: Some people just can’t help themselves

By Fiona Smith on 14th Oct 2016

Fiona Smith finds out some people are just clumsier than others – and employers need to be on the look out to prevent accidents from happening to them.

Conduct & Performance

Webinar: Digital dilemmas. Email, social media and email

By HR Advance on 7th Oct 2016

The use of online technologies in the workplace is changing faster than policies can catch up.

Recruitment

Infographic: Online screening and profiling

By Alison Williams on 30th Sept 2016

This infographic details some of the conflicting attitudes to profiling and privacy in Australian employment. It also explores the pros and cons of different online screening techniques.

EEO & Privacy

Video Q&A: Email and internet surveillance policies

By Paul Munro on 30th Sept 2016

An employer may want to conduct surveillance on computer use by employees, such as email and internet use. While there may be objective reasons for doing so there are also privacy considerations on the part of employees that need to be taken into account.

General

​New technology is a game-changer

By Mike Toten on 30th Sept 2016

New technology is set to transform the employment landscape. What are the most recent developments and what's coming in 2017?

Conduct & Performance

​Video Q&A – Social media policies

By Paul Munro on 19th Sept 2016

The use of social networking sites such as Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter continues to present legal issues. The main issue in the workplace context is the blurred distinction between work and ‘private’ activities.

General

If you really hate email, you're probably not using it properly

By Fiona Smith on 16th Sept 2016

Email may be the bane of your working life. It hogties you with its excessive demands, clogs the arteries of office communication and, like a fabled magic pudding, renews itself even as you delete like a wild-eyed maniac. But email isn’t all bad.

Conduct & Performance | Termination & Redundancy

​Why an employer had to pay $25K to employee dismissed for viewing porn

By Alison Williams on 16th Sept 2016

You would think it was a clear cut case: an employer dismissing an employee for accessing questionable images on his work computer, after he had been warned not to do so.

Pay & Conditions

Video Q&A: What is 'reasonable evidence' for personal/carer's leave?

By Paul Munro on 9th Sept 2016

Is an employer able to specify what it considers the 'reasonable evidence' that an employee must provide to justify applying for personal/carer's leave?

Pay & Conditions

Webinar: Parental leave dilemmas

By Alison Williams on 9th Sept 2016

Having a baby is a joyous event but the process of granting and taking parental leave can be tricky for both employees and employers. That makes parental leave the hottest topic here at HR Advance. This webinar covers the do's and don'ts of managing parental leave.

Pay & Conditions

​Employer’s sick leave mistake ends in $24K fine

By Alison Williams on 29th Aug 2016

Even larger employers can get it wrong – a mining company in Queensland was recently fined $24K for mistakenly telling some of its employees that they had no sick leave left.

Pay & Conditions

Infographic: Paid parental leave

By Alison Williams on 29th Aug 2016

This infographic provides a summary of the national paid parental leave (PPL) scheme for Australian working parents.

Pay & Conditions | Conduct & Performance

​Four new documents!

By Alison Williams on 29th Aug 2016

We have three new policy documents, and one new associated document, available on HR Advance – all thanks to some of our users, who suggested we create them. They cover working away from home, employee emergency need and a much requested area, the environment.

Termination & Redundancy

Video Q&A: Redundant while on parental leave

By Paul Munro on 17th Aug 2016

In this video Q&A, Paul Munro discusses the tricky question of whether an employee on unpaid parental leave is protected from redundancy.

Pay & Conditions

​Q&A Parental leave: who decides ‘keeping in touch’ days?

By Alison Williams on 15th Aug 2016

In this Q&A, an employer asks whether it has to grant an employee's request for 'keeping in touch' days while she is on parental leave?

Pay & Conditions | EEO & Privacy

​Taking time off for Daddy business

By Fiona Smith on 15th Aug 2016

You would expect Aurizon to be a blokey kind of company. As Australia’s largest rail freight operator, it is a world of hi-vis and dusty boots. Yet, earlier this year, the company announced a parental leave scheme that was so forward-thinking that it generated worldwide publicity and won an award from the United Nation’s Commission on the Status of Women.

Conduct & Performance

Video Q&A: Bullying and performance appraisal

By Paul Munro on 3rd Aug 2016

In this video Q&A, Paul Munro examines the thorny issue of a manager addressing poor performance, only to be accused of bullying.

Conduct & Performance

Video Q&A: What is misconduct?

By Paul Munro on 3rd Aug 2016

Learn what behaviour is considered misconduct in a workplace setting.

Conduct & Performance | WHS & Workers Comp

​Q&A: Can negative feedback be seen as bullying?

By Paul Munro on 29th July 2016

In this Q&A an employer asks about an employee who received a critical performance review and then claimed his manager is bullying him. Can a negative appraisal equate to bullying?

Conduct & Performance | WHS & Workers Comp

​'Hurt' feelings are not bullying

By John Golden on 29th July 2016

The Fair Work Commission dismissed a stop-bullying allegation on the basis the complainant’s case was based on feelings of discomfort and hurt rather than evidence of bullying.

Conduct & Performance | WHS & Workers Comp

The Pokémon Go craze: why you need a game plan

By Mike Toten on 29th July 2016

Over the past few weeks, you may have noticed some of your employees wandering around the workplace or regularly heading outside with their eyes fixed firmly on their smartphones. The cause of this behaviour is most likely the new Pokemon Go app released this month, which has spread very rapidly.

General

​HR Advance amended documents June 2016

By Alison Williams on 21st July 2016

All the documents which have been amended after our latest review (June 2016) are listed here, along with a summary of the changes made.

General

​HR Advance modified document commentaries June 2016

By Alison Williams on 21st July 2016

All the document commentaries which have been amended after our latest review (June 2016) are listed here, along with a summary of the changes which have been made.

Pay & Conditions

Infographic: The four 'B's of enterprise agreements

By Alison Williams on 21st July 2016

Our infographic illustrates the four ‘B’s of enterprise agreements, with some new advice on how to meet the 'BOOT'.

Conduct & Performance

Webinar: Social media in the workplace

By Alison Williams on 14th July 2016

In an essential webinar by Australian Business Lawyers & Advisors, held on 12 July 2016, employers were presented with practical measures to manage social media use, as well as recent case studies of Australian businesses grappling with issues caused by social media in the workplace.

Termination & Redundancy

Small business employer – am I exempt from paying redundancy pay?

By Paul Munro on 30th June 2016

This time of year is one where unfortunately redundancies are often made as the business goals are assessed and forward budgets are made. If you are a small business employer you should be aware that sometimes things get complicated, when it comes to whether to pay redundancies.

Conduct & Performance

Micromanager sacked for breaching WHS and bullying policies

By Alison Williams on 30th June 2016

The importance of having a code of conduct as well as bullying and health and safety policies is demonstrated in a recent case where an employer was vindicated after sacking one of its managers for bullying and micromanaging his subordinates.

Pay & Conditions

Video Q&A: Can award employees cash out their annual leave?

By Paul Munro on 30th June 2016

Surveys indicate that employers frequently receive requests from their employees wanting to cash out their accrued annual leave.

Pay & Conditions

Q&A: Recent floods - are employees entitled to carer’s leave?

By Paul Munro on 17th June 2016

With much of Australia’s east coast affected by severe weather in the last few weeks, this Q&A addresses whether employees are entitled to take carer's leave if their children have to stay home from school due to flooding.

Conduct & Performance

Dressing up your Dress Policy

By Mike Toten on 17th June 2016

In this article we explore whether you can require your employees to wear certain clothing, or a uniform, or look a certain way - and whether employees are able to refuse. HR Advance's Dress Policy can also assist.

Pay & Conditions

Infographic: The principal purpose test

By Alison Williams on 16th June 2016

How does an employer know which modern award applies to its workers, if they are performing similar - but not the same - work?

Conduct & Performance

​All your questions answered about warning letters

By Alison Williams on 31st May 2016

This article answers some common questions around warning letters, such as: how long are they valid for? Are they on the employee’s record forever? How many warnings do I have to give? It also explains when a warning letter should be given and what it should contain.

Pay & Conditions

New national minimum wage is $672.70

By Alison Williams on 31st May 2016

The wages you pay to your employees may increase from 1 July 2016 after the Fair Work Commission this week increased the national minimum wage to $672.70.

Pay & Conditions

Video Q&A - Accruing LSL on workers comp

By Paul Munro on 30th May 2016

Does an employee accrue long service leave while they’re absent on workers compensation?

Conduct & Performance

​Should you worry about your employees’ comments on social media?

By Alison Williams on 16th May 2016

If one of your employees made abusive comments about your clients on a social media site, what would you do? Sack them?

Recruitment | Pay & Conditions

What’s a fixed-term employment contract – and why do I need one?

By Paul Munro on 16th May 2016

Employers are increasingly hiring employees under what's referred to as “fixed-term contracts”. This article looks at the features, advantages and potential pitfalls of this type of contract.

WHS & Workers Comp

Infographic: Getting injured employees back to work

By Alison Williams on 12th May 2016

​This infographic looks at issues employers face when attempting to return an injured or ill employee to work.

Recruitment | EEO & Privacy | WHS & Workers Comp

A new employee lied about their medical history …

By Paul Munro on 29th Apr 2016

Can we ask potential employees about their medical history during a job interview? And is it grounds for termination if we later discover an employee didn't disclose a pre-existing condition or injury?

EEO & Privacy

$1.6m reasons why you need to prevent employee sexual harassment

By Charisse Gray on 28th Apr 2016

Think you don’t need to worry about sexual harassment because it won’t happen in your business? In two recent cases, an employer was ordered to pay $1.3m in damages and another over $330k, for not preventing the sexual harassment of their female employees. So you not only need to prevent sexual harassment happening but, if it unfortunately does occur, you also need to respond appropriately.

Recruitment

Video Q&A: What info can you divulge back to job applicants?

By Paul Munro on 14th Apr 2016

An unsuccessful job applicant may ask to access the information contained in their recruitment file.

Termination & Redundancy

How a deed of release protected a “Good Guy”

By Alison Williams on 14th Apr 2016

As a Good Guys store owner in Perth recently found out, a deed of release can provide employers with a shield from employees seeking to take further legal action against them.

Pay & Conditions | Conduct & Performance

Why your employees are still taking sickies

By Mike Toten on 14th Apr 2016

The average Australian employee takes almost nine days unscheduled absence from work each year, yet employers seem resigned to the problem continuing.

Pay & Conditions

Q&A: Are employees able to take long service leave on half-pay?

By Paul Munro on 14th Apr 2016

Is taking long service leave on half-pay permitted under the relevant long service leave legislation?

Conduct & Performance

Infographic: Employee discipline

By Alison Williams on 29th Feb 2016

This infographic outlines common forms of employee discipline and notes some “red flags” – where employers may find their actions are outside the law.

Conduct & Performance

Video Q&A: Is there an expiry date on employee warnings?

By Paul Munro on 26th Feb 2016

Do warnings to employees have a 'use by date'? And can the employer dismiss someone if the warnings relate to a different issue?

Conduct & Performance | Termination & Redundancy

Drunken punch-up with GM: dismissal 'unsurprising'

By Alison Williams on 26th Feb 2016

An employee who got into a drunken altercation with another colleague and his general manager, criticised his employer for providing alcohol at a work Christmas party. But in a hearing into his dismissal, the Fair Work Commission said employees who drink must be held responsible for their own actions.

Conduct & Performance | WHS & Workers Comp

'You'll need an ambulance' – carpark ambush compensable

By HR Advance on 26th Feb 2016

An apprentice who was seriously assaulted by a group of men in the car park of his employer’s premises has been awarded compensation because his extensive injuries had occurred in the course of his employment. The employer had argued he had been on an unauthorised break.

Pay & Conditions | Termination & Redundancy

Divorced father’s roster meant he couldn’t see his kids

By John Golden on 29th Jan 2016

Family responsibilities are too often seen as a “women’s issue” but fathers too have challenged their employers for ignoring their childcare commitments.

Termination & Redundancy

Infographic: Relocation, when is redundancy payable?

By Alison Williams on 28th Jan 2016

Is redundancy payable if an employer relocates his/her business operations and an employee refuses to accept the same position at the new premises, because it is too distant or inconvenient?

 

Sacked employee racked up huge bill on work phone

By John Golden on 15th Dec 2015

It is fairly common for employees to be provided with a phone by their employer, which they can use for work purposes, along with varying amounts of personal usage.

Conduct & Performance | Termination & Redundancy

Work phone used to access dating/sex sites

By John Golden on 15th Dec 2015

In another case illustrating strife from a work-provided mobile phone, a plumber used his phone to access 200 dating services and sex-related websites over a four-month period.

Pay & Conditions

Infographic: Can an employer ask why you were sick?

By HR Advance on 26th Nov 2015

Employers often ask whether they are allowed to ask the employee or the employee's medical adviser what is the nature of the condition behind the employee's absence from work due to personal illness. Our infographic explains the do's and don'ts for employers.

WHS & Workers Comp

Q&A: safety issues when employees work from home

By Paul Munro on 29th Oct 2015

In this Q&A, Paul Munro explains an employer's health and safety obligations to an employee who is working from home.

Conduct & Performance

Video Q&A – Are we allowed to introduce drug and alcohol testing?

By Paul Munro on 29th Oct 2015

HR Advance IR expert Paul Munro answers the question: what are the possible issues we need to consider if we plan to introduce drug and alcohol testing in our workplace and what kind of drug testing is acceptable?

WHS & Workers Comp

Video Q&A: Prescription medication

This video Q&A looks at whether your drug and alcohol policy needs to address medicinal cannabis - now legal in some states.

Latest News

Pay & Conditions | Termination & Redundancy

Are you ready for 1 July?

By Paul Munro on 27th June 2017

In this handy summary we update you on all the changes affecting unfair dismissal, minimum award wages and superannuation that start from 1 July.