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DIVERSITY & INCLUSION

'All roles flex' among employers leading the way on gender equality

Employers leading the way on gender equality this year outperform other organisations on five main fronts, research shows.

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Employer wins dispute over settlement deed; Cases wrap; and more

TERMINATION

The Fair Work Commission has affirmed it cannot reopen a settled unfair dismissal dispute, despite an employee's complaint about non-compliance with its terms. Also in this article, new case law involving redundancy consultation, absenteeism, CCTV surveillance and underpayments; gender equality becomes law in Victoria; and more. » more »

DIVERSITY & INCLUSION
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Flexibility helps employer 'flip' gender ratios

An employer recognised as a great place to work attributes its success to its longstanding approach to flexibility. » more »

TERMINATION
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"Rogue" manager prompted resignation, employer cleared

A "rogue" manager prompted an employee to resign by showing her a draft dismissal letter without his employer's knowledge or permission, the Fair Work Commission has found in ruling the resignation wasn't forced. » more »

LEGISLATION & REGULATION
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Webcast: Annualised wage arrangements

Modern award amendments affecting annualised salaries are among the biggest changes to impact HR in recent years. This webcast will help you understand how the new modern award clauses are intended to operate; record-keeping and wage conciliation obligations; alternatives to the modern award provisions; and more. » more »

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Employer wins dispute over settlement deed; Cases wrap; and more

The Fair Work Commission has affirmed it cannot reopen a settled unfair dismissal dispute, despite an employee's complaint about non-compliance with its terms. Also in this article, new case law involving redundancy consultation, absenteeism, CCTV surveillance and underpayments; gender equality becomes law in Victoria; and more. » more »