Workplace Law news

  • Honesty the best policy by

    Businesses recruiting during the downturn need to careful to avoid exposing themselves to legal claims by employees of misrepresentation by omission.

  • Unions poised to act by

    Employers should be equipped to deal with the Fair Work Act changes as unions are poised to intervene in workplaces at which their power has declined over the years under WorkChoices.

  • Employers urged to 'tell all' in recruitment by HCA

    Companies with a mind to recruit during the ongoing GFC would be wise to embrace a 'tell all' approach if they want to avoid legal action from disgruntled ex-employees in the future, according to Harmers Workplace Lawyers.

  • Swine flu gives rise to concerns over legal rights and obligations by

    The increased focus on health risks due to the recent global outbreak of swine flu has heightened the need for employers to better manage their workplace health practices, paying particular attention to their legal rights and obligations to care for their employees, according to Harmers Workplace Lawyers

  • A tweet too far: Employment laws challenged by

    Recent media reports of employers sacking workers due to posts on social networking sites like Facebook and Twitter have revealed that employment laws regarding privacy and unfair dismissal are under new pressure in the internet age.

  • Swine flu may catch employers on the trot by HCA

    A swine flu pandemic could have serious OHS and business continuity implications for businesses, and those that are unprepared will be hardest hit, Zoe Lyon writes

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