PCC Lawyers hosted their quarterly seminar at the College of Law on 12th February 2015. This time, the subject was Contracts of Employments, specificially discussion of what terms should, and should not, be contained in effective contracts.
The Australian Council of Trade Unions (ACTU) have lodged a claim to the Fair Work Commission this week suggesting provisions to strengthen parental rights at work and potentially reduce the prominence of pregnancy discrimination within the Australian Workforce.
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'Minimising the risks to your organisation?’
Correctly worded and enforceable Employment Contracts are vital to your business, minimising the risks to your organisation such as leaks of your confidential information and helping you to enforce restraints of trade.
Individuals and corporations can be held accountable under the Fair Work Act 2009 (Cth) and other legislation for actions which are carried out by third parties if it is considered that they have been involved with the actions.
As part of its four yearly review of modern awards, the Fair Work Commission is due to consider proposals to vary penalty rates later this year.
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