Employment law

Company penalised $398,000 for underpaying workers

Company penalised $398,000 for underpaying workers

The agency had previously pledged to comply with workplace laws under a Court-Enforceable Undertaking

How to proactively stamp out workplace sexual harassment

How to proactively stamp out workplace sexual harassment

There are four key activities employers can take to prevent sexual harassment in the workplace

When is drinking on the job cause for dismissal?

When is drinking on the job cause for dismissal?

In what circumstances can employers take action to terminate an employee for drinking at work? Joe Murphy explains

Why the proposed religious freedom laws are 'deeply flawed'

Why the proposed religious freedom laws are 'deeply flawed'

The issue has been heavily in the spotlight this year with the ongoing case between Israel Folau and Rugby Australia

Industry leaders team up for Employment Law event partnership

Industry leaders team up for Employment Law event partnership

'This is a great partnership that will take our events to the next level'

Changes to collecting data by digital platforms

Changes to collecting data by digital platforms

What does the rise of digital platforms mean for consumers and businesses using them?