If changes are being made to your role, your job may be redundant. However, if your employer is offering you redeployment and you don’t accept it,Read more
Yes, it is possible that your employer may fire you if you refuse to comply with a lawful and reasonable direction or a public health order to be vaccinated.Read more
The amendments included in the Sex Discrimination and Fair Work (Respect at Work) Amendment Bill 2021 came into effect on 10 September 2021.Read more
What has changed when it comes to casual employment?
Employees and employers now have clarity on both the legislative and common law fronts,Read more
Updated to 27 August 2021
The short answer is no, your employer cannot force you to receive a COVID-19 vaccination or take a COVID-19 test against your will.Read more
On Thursday I read the SMH article about how employees at a Sydney council were made to sign declarations that they weren’t supervising their children while working from home.Read more
A recent study by the World Health Organisation has found that 1 in 2 people worldwide are ageist against older people.Read more
What is your most important asset? When asked this question, you may think of your house,Read more
What are My Legal Options if I’m Facing Sexual Harassment?
Some of our clients come to us because they are not in the position to make an internal report about sexual harassment.Read more
How Can I Resolve a Sexual Harassment Claim in the Workplace?
Sexual harassment is rife within our society.Read more
We are seeing a dramatic increase in employers basically pushing people out the door or forcing them onto performance improvement plans,Read more
There is a misconception that if your employment is made redundant, that you have no entitlement to start an unfair dismissal claim.Read more