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Fashion Law Newsletter - November 2017

"In order to be irreplaceable, one must always be different." - Coco Chanel Welcome to our latest edition of Fashion Law where we provide you with the latest updates on legal issues affecting the fashion industry. In...more

Workplace Wrap: Autumn/Winter 2017

Workplace Wrap is our magazine covering the core areas of Australian workplace law: industrial relations, employment, equal employment opportunity and workplace health and safety. Workplace Wrap articles condense some of...more

Can I Get That in Writing?

As an employer, you may be faced with an employee claiming that they have not received their legal entitlements. They may be claiming they worked more hours, have not received relevant overtime or penalty rates, or they are...more

Penalty Goal

The full bench of the Fair Work Commission’s decision to reduce the penalty rates payable under awards covering employees in the Retail and Hospitality industries has sparked a furore of political and media...more

Take It or Leave It

Annual leave for many employees is not annual – they bank it, they don't have a rest from work and the leave liability of the employer grows. Other employees can't get enough and want to cut into future entitlements....more

Up We Go Again – Financial Threshold Increases Effective 1 July 2016

Employers should be alert to the threshold changes which come into effect on Friday 1 July 2016 when the 2016/17 financial year commences in Australia. Below we provide a summary of the changes and what they mean in...more

Fashion Law - Autumn/Winter 2016

The business of fashion is exciting, fast paced and driven by passionate and creative people. But it is important to remember that it is just that – a business. While creativity and passion are integral to success in the...more

What is 'Ordinary and Customary Turnover' When it Comes to Employees?

Picture this: A cleaning business successfully obtains a contract to provide cleaning services to a large CBD building. At the end of the term of the contract, the property management company advises that it will not be...more

Franchising Newsletter – April 2013

Overview - There have been several franchising developments since our last update in February. This edition discusses: - minimising the risks when marketing through social media - comments from...more

Proposal for Fair Work Commission to Address Workplace Bullying

The Australian Federal Workplace Relations Minister, Bill Shorten, recently announced changes that will allow employees to seek assistance in respect of workplace bullying from the Fair Work Commission (FWC). The...more

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