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1. The following sections of the Fair Work Act 2009 (Cth) (“FW Act”) are most likely to be relevant in an underpayment of wages context:...

A Full Bench of the Fair Work Commission has recently made an important decision in relation to the meaning of a “dismissal” under s 386...

Pennyco Pty Ltd t/a Zarraffas West Ipswich [2017] FWCFB 4852 (Pennyco) is one of the more unusual cases that have come before a Full Bench of...

A Full Bench of the Commission in Ayub v NSW Trains [2016] FWCFB 5500 provided some important clarification regarding when a dismissal takes effect. The...

Accessorial liability is a common element of the Fair Work Act 2009 (Cth) (FWAct) that employers and employees should understand.A common problem encountered by employees who...

The law around “set-off” principles in employment relationships is reasonably well settled. Courts have applied contractual law principles to focus upon what the parties agreed...

The Fair Work Amendment (Corrupting Benefits) Act 2017 (Cth) (Amendment) has been introduced from recommendations made by the Royal Commission into Trade Union Governance and will amend...

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...