Why you can’t afford to take your eye off the ball when it comes to old contracts

Employers may be exposing themselves to unnecessary risk due to old employment contracts that have not been updated to reflect their current policies.

A recent decision in the Brisbane District Court has seen former Wallabies coach John Connolly

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Increased liability for Franchisors

There is significant movement in the franchisee and franchisor space at the moment with franchisors being held increasingly accountable for the actions of franchisees and for failing to adhere to certain requirements under the Franchising Code of Conduct.

In May of this year, the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) fired a warning shot at franchisors, issuing of almost $20,000 in fines to Domino’s Pizza Enterprises Ltd for failing to adequately satisfy disclosure requirements under

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Baby plans, pregnancy and your workforce – do employers have a right to know?

It is a question that has been up for public debate since Jacinda Ardern, the recently elected Labour Party leader in New Zealand, had to deal with controversy hours into her new job after radio

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The rise of upward bullying: How employers can protect themselves from being bullied by employees

When we think of bullying in the workplace, we often picture an employer berating an employee. But more and more this traditional view around workplace bullying is being flipped with employees, who are well aware of their value, bullying the employer.

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