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Recording your ex at changeover

Recording your ex at changeover and the legal implications that flow from covert recording If you wanted to provide evidence of a family member mistreating you or your child, chances are you might look to your smartphone. Technological advances and the ease of modern recording has enabled many litigants to record discussions as o...

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Unfair Dismissal Maximum Compensation Explained

The preferred method of resolving an unfair dismissal claim, under the unfair dismissal provisions of the Fair Work Act 2009, is the reinstatement of the employee (which includes back-pay) to the position they were previously in or into a new position that is deemed to be similar to the previous one. Similarity is defined by hours, responsibi...

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If you are restructuring your business and making a position redundant

... make sure that you are aware of the consequences of doing so or you may find yourself in a situation where the dismissed employee can bring a claim against you It is a business owner's prerogative to restructure their business to make it more efficient. However, as an employer you need to be aware of some of the "hidden"...

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If you are going to claim unfair dismissal, make sure you do so within 21 days of your termination

If you are going to claim unfair dismissal, make sure you do so within 21 days of your termination If you have been dismissed and you are thinking about lodging an unfair dismissal application, you need to make sure the application is lodged with the Fair Work Commission (FWC) within 21 days from the date of your dismissal. Section 39...

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Changes to Annual Leave Provisions in some modern awards

The Fair Work Commission (FWC) has varied some awards with new or changed terms about taking annual leave. Most changes take effect from 29 July 2016. In short, there are changes to rules about: cashing out annual leave - generally a maximum of 2 weeks per year with no less than 4 weeks remaining - written agreement required. ...

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