Paulinet Tamaray

Paulinet Tamaray

Paulinet Tamaray is an international legal writer for several Key Media publications, including Australasian Lawyer, Canadian Lawyer, and Human Resources Director. She is a graduate of the University of the Philippines – Diliman with a degree in Sociology and a Juris Doctor degree from San Beda University. Her reporting and research cover all areas of law and legislative developments across different jurisdictions.

She is also a social sciences lecturer to incoming medical students. Her free time is devoted to doing paralegal work for pro bono cases. She is deeply passionate about intersectional feminism, sustainable development, and social justice.

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Faulty payroll system costs employer more than $7 million

Faulty payroll system costs employer more than $7 million

Find out how you can avoid a multimillion-dollar mistake by checking your systems regularly

Timelines on terminations: How should HR notify a worker about their dismissal?

Timelines on terminations: How should HR notify a worker about their dismissal?

Case deals with worker who got notified 24 hours before dismissal date

Worker fights employer's 'unreasonable' policy over safety concerns

Worker fights employer's 'unreasonable' policy over safety concerns

Case clarifies what it means to have a 'reasonable' set of rules for employees

When is a worker's refusal to work considered a 'renunciation' of their role?

When is a worker's refusal to work considered a 'renunciation' of their role?

Case deals with worker who says she's 'uncomfortable' doing some tasks due to ‘inexperience’

Government preps new law to 'better protect gig workers'

Government preps new law to 'better protect gig workers'

Reforms hope to put pressure on companies to restructure their employment models

Who is the 'true employer' in an alleged 'joint employment' case?

Who is the 'true employer' in an alleged 'joint employment' case?

If there's confusion over an employer's identity – what is the test?

'Employees still not getting what they need'

'Employees still not getting what they need'

Unemployment rates may be 'historically' low, but wage growth remains stagnant

New bill seeks to create game-changing workplace relations agency

New bill seeks to create game-changing workplace relations agency

Aside from reporting on the labour market and skills, what else can HR expect?

Sexual harassment allegations prompt new state-wide campaign

Sexual harassment allegations prompt new state-wide campaign

Which sector is the target of an all-out government effort following 'scathing' reports?

Four-day work week gains momentum across Australia

Four-day work week gains momentum across Australia

Amid resistance from businesses, advocates argue it 'increases productivity'