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In contracts, there are various types of post-employment restraints and restrictions that may survive the termination of the contract. Non-solicitation and non-compete clauses are some of...

Appropriate strategies in investigations of allegations of misconduct can vary significantly in degree of sophistication. Once a process of investigation commences, it may take a life...

An employee generally has the right to pursue an unfair dismissal claim under the Fair Work Act 2009 (Cth) if one of the following applies: ...

Employment contracts are fundamental to the employment relationship and can be used to: Improve upon the minimum employment conditions in the National Employment Standards (NES),...

The Fair Work Act 2009 provides a range of general protections for employees in relation to unfair treatment in the workplace. The general protections include: ...

The procedural requirements associated with bargaining for enterprise agreements under the Fair Work Act 2009 (Cth) (FWAct) can be extremely daunting for an unfamiliar person. Bargaining may...

Redundancy: Is a situation of redundancy when: the employment is terminated, at the employer’s initiative, because the employer no longer requires the job done by...

Employee Awarded Over $250,000, after being made redundant during maternity leave  The Federal Circuit Court has awarded an employee a total of $215,759.89 in compensation and...