Employment Legislation Articles

Five tips to ensure your interns don’t sue you

Internships can be a mixed bag. Done poorly and you have

Sexual harassment at work: How Small to medium businesses can deal with allegations

In light of recent allegations made against Rocky Horror Show star

Companies that offer to freeze their employees’ eggs risk opening ‘Pandora’s Box’, says lawyer

In the United States, it is becoming vogue for companies to

Fair Work’s casual conversion decision: an overview, including steps for businesses

Casual workers will be given the right to convert to part-time

Uber flashes headlights on employment laws

Well known ride-sharing app, Uber, has been headlining publications globally as

What happened on the weekend: Penalty rate cuts commenced, the minimum wage increased

Two decisions of the Fair Work Commission took effect on weekend

Are your employees working overtime during the EOFY rush? If so, you must tread carefully

As the 2016-2017 financial year comes to an end, businesses are

The highest minimum wage increase since 2011… what does this mean for small businesses?

The Fair Work Commission today delivered its annual wage review. This decision will have

Sunday penalty rate cuts for hospitality, retail staff being phased in over three to four years

Sunday penalty rate reductions for employees covered by the Hospitality, Fast

Unions NSW calls for gig providers to follow Airtasker’s lead following worker agreement

An agreement between Airtasker and Unions NSW aims to improve conditions for