Wednesday, 23 December 2015
In the news -
Think your holiday is completely covered by travel insurance? Think again “Enjoy the holiday without the worry,” runs the slogan. But if you think your insurance policy buys peace of mind while you travel, think again.
Sunday, 13 December 2015
In the news - The Age
Frankston Hospital probes allergy related death of Louis Tate Simon Tate and Gabrielle Catan were just starting to let go. After 13 years of closely monitoring every piece of food their son Louis touched, the couple could see their boy was starting to manage his allergies by himself.
Thursday, 10 December 2015
In the news - Brisbane Legal
Five minutes with... Sarah Atkinson Sarah Atkinson has built her career in an area of law that requires thicker skin than most.
Sunday, 6 December 2015
In the news - The Age
Academic Dr Maree Pardy sues former employer Melbourne University over job denial A Melbourne University academic claims the university denied her a job because she had previously lodged a workplace dispute with the Fair Work Commission.
Saturday, 5 December 2015
In the news - David Shoebridge website
Parliamentary Forum on Police Psychological Injuries – wrap up On Tuesday 2 December David hosted a Parliamentary Forum to break the silence and highlight the need for comprehensive reform in how psychologically injured police are treated.
Wednesday, 2 December 2015
In the news - ABC
Online abuse of writer Clementine Ford highlights how bullying can cost you your job Ever since a man lost his job because Clementine Ford reported his online abuse to his employer, flame-throwers have accused her, among other things, of being a man-hating whore.
Tuesday, 1 December 2015
In the news - Law Institute Journal
Thursday, 26 November 2015
In the news - The Age
Who owns your followers, you or your employer? Most of us spend a large portion of the day monitoring what's happening on our social networks. We'll sit at our desk with a phone by our side watching and waiting for Facebook, Instagram or maybe LinkedIn posts from our friends and colleagues.
Monday, 23 November 2015
In the news - ABC
Macquarie Bank clients who lost life savings in scandal largely denied compensation, process 'farcical', critics say After reviewing thousands of customer files caught up in its financial planning scandal, Macquarie Bank has compensated just 6 per cent of clients — 163 people — through a process critics have labelled as "farcical" and a "catch-22".
Monday, 23 November 2015
In the news - The Sydney Morning Herald
Wage fraud: Pizza Hut franchisees using 'sham' contracts to underpay drivers Australia's second-biggest pizza chain, Pizza Hut, is under fire as evidence emerges that its franchisees are using "sham" contracts to pay delivery drivers as little as $12 an hour without super or WorkCover.
Monday, 16 November 2015
In the news -
Watch out for these signals that your boss wants to fire you We all know the obvious signs that your job is on the line. When you’re handed a formal letter of warning or you’re placed on a performance management plan, you know all bets are off. But other, more subtle signals from the boss can be a dead giveaway that your position is in peril.
Friday, 13 November 2015
In the news - ABC
Fears workers missing out on compensation due to insurance industry bonuses Bonuses being paid to the insurance industry by some state governments could be resulting in injured workers' claims being rejected, according to workers compensation experts.