The Fair Work Commission has recently refused to make an anti-bullying order despite finding that bullying had occurred, because the employer had already changed the role of the perpetrator to limit contact between the parties.
The Supreme Court of Western Australia has granted an American company an interlocutory injunction, requiring an employee to terminate his employment with a company in Australia based on the employment contract which was governed by the law of Connecticut, USA.
PCC Employment Lawyers attended the Australasian Law Awards 2017 held at the Star, after being nominated for Employment Law Specialist Firm of the Year.
A recent case in the Federal Circuit Court has found an accounting firm liable as an accessory for an employer’s failure to pay its employees Award rates because the firm had actual knowledge of the contraventions and failed to enter Award rates into the payroll system.
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