Fair Work Commission news

  • Increase to wages for apprentices by Cameron Edmond

    The FWC has announced an increase in wages for Australian apprentices.

  • The new workplace bullying laws: What they mean for you by External

    For the first time, from 1 January 2014, there will be an all-encompassing law that makes bullying conduct unlawful with a right to redress workplace bullying through the Fair Work Commission. Andrew Ball and Tass Angelopoulos outline what this means for business.

  • Termination without an investigation is risky by HCA

    How an employee is terminated can be a minefield, with many employers finding themselves before the Fair Work Commission because they got it wrong. In this first of a series on common employer mistakes, HC looks at terminating without a preceding investigation.

  • Bullying claim payout a timely reminder by Cameron Edmond

    As the Supreme Court orders a significant payout to a bullying victim, legislative changes to the Fair Work Act regarding bullying in the workplace are a timely reminder for all employers to review their policies and procedures.

  • New Fair Work Ombudsman appointed by Cameron Edmond

    Workplace Relations Minister Bill Shorten has appointed the new Fair Work Ombudsman.

  • Walking the fine line between reasonable performance management and bullying by External

    What can your organisation do to protect itself from bullying claims arising from performance management processes? Nichola Constant and Erin Lynch provide some tips.

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