Will religious organisations continue to receive exemptions to discriminate under the proposed Religious Discrimination Act?
Following the Coalition’s surprise election victory last month, religious discrimination laws appear to be one of the first issues to be considered by the new federal parliament. Attorney-General Christian Porter has confirmed… Read Article →
The Fair Work Commission has utilised recent changes to the Fair Work Act 2009 (Cth) to approve an enterprise agreement despite minor technical and procedural errors. There are strict requirements under the… Read Article →
The Full Bench of the Fair Work Commission this week held that an employee was unfairly dismissed for refusing to follow the employee’s direction to log in and out of work using… Read Article →
With the 2019 Federal Election looming and the timely Easter public holidays break now passed, Opposition Leader Bill Shorten has reiterated his pledge to overrule the independent Fair Work Commission’s by reversing… Read Article →
In the era of fake news, modern society has never seen such high levels of political misinformation. Whether it has been the Brexiteers‘ guarantees of improbable prosperity for an independent Britain, or… Read Article →
Late last month, the Federal Circuit Court handed down significant penalties totaling $329,133 against online fashion start up Her Fashion Box Pty Ltd and its sole director Kathleen Purkis, in Fair Work… Read Article →
Recently, in the Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal (the Tribunal), in Kerkofs v Abdallah (Human Rights)  VCAT 259, Ms Kerkofs (the Applicant) was successful in her sexual harassment claim against Mr… Read Article →