Georgia Neaverson

Georgia Neaverson

Georgia Neaverson is a writer for HRD Australia, with expertise in reporting on Fair Work Commission decisions and unfair dismissals. She also writes for Australasian Lawyer and is studying a Bachelor of Business/Bachelor of Laws at the University of Technology Sydney. In 2020, Georgia returned home to Sydney after working as a professional ballerina in Europe. Upon graduating from the Dutch National Ballet Academy in Amsterdam with a Bachelor of Arts, she joined the Polish National Ballet in Warsaw. There, she was fortunate to perform a number of world-renowned classical ballets, including Swan Lake, Sleeping Beauty and The Nutcracker.

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Forklift repairer fined $75K for worker injury

Forklift repairer fined $75K for worker injury

The worker sustained a left elbow fracture

Fair Work: What is the law around refusing overtime?

Fair Work: What is the law around refusing overtime?

Small businesses are not exempt from employment law standards

Supreme Court awards worker nearly $1M after employer found negligent

Supreme Court awards worker nearly $1M after employer found negligent

The worker suffered serious injuries after falling seven metres

Fair Work: How do maximum term contracts work?

Fair Work: How do maximum term contracts work?

This worker was employed over eight separate contracts

Fair Work finds train driver unfairly dismissed following DUI charge

Fair Work finds train driver unfairly dismissed following DUI charge

This case sheds light on another issue surrounding out-of-hours conduct

Can employees claim 'burnout' compensation?

Can employees claim 'burnout' compensation?

Stress is on the rise – but is it a real 'injury'?

Fair Work awards pastry chef $9K in wrongful dismissal suit

Fair Work awards pastry chef $9K in wrongful dismissal suit

This employee's dismissal takes the cake

Federal Circuit Court fills gaps in hazy employment contract

Federal Circuit Court fills gaps in hazy employment contract

You need to dot the I's and cross the T's in contracts

Employer wins right to favour female candidates in recruitment

Employer wins right to favour female candidates in recruitment

This employer's exemption to the Equal Opportunity Act sparked controversy

Federal Circuit Court finds employee unfairly dismissed after cancer diagnosis

Federal Circuit Court finds employee unfairly dismissed after cancer diagnosis

The employee was unfairly terminated during her treatment