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Flexible Working Arrangements (Home vs Office)

To make a request for flexible working arrangements under the Fair Work Act 2009 (Cth), an employee must have a child of school age or younger (this includes high school 

An employee who has been dismissed from their employment in circumstances which are harsh, unjust, or unreasonable may be entitled to relief from Fair Work Australia for unfair

In Knight v Fawcett Plumbing, the Fair Work Commission found that, generally, warnings will be considered against whatever the ‘norm’ is at the workplace. Ms. Lisa Knight was an office

Australian Employee Dismissed for COVID-19 Vaccine Protest - Bambrick Legal Employment Lawyers

The Fair Work Tribunal has supported an employer’s decision to immediately terminate an employee after he attended an anti-vaccine rally in Melbourne last year. Although the Fair Work

Social media is becoming one of the most successful platforms for marketing in businesses today. Despite this, it comes with the exposure of legal issues and blurred lines

Under the awards, the leave extends to any employee, including casual and part-time workers. It is not a requirement that a minimum length of service is needed before being entitled

The Australian media has recently reported a series of companies that have directed vaccinations for their employees, such as SPC. Employees have to follow lawful, reasonable,

Given Australia’s shortage of skilled trades and numerous other occupations, employing foreign workers may be attractive to employers. However, before embarking on such an