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 Working towards constitutional recognition of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples

Social justice

Working towards constitutional recognition of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples

There are some very big changes brewing at the Federal and Victorian State level regarding the way Parliament will interact with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples in the future.

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Surveillance in the workplace

Employment law

Surveillance in the workplace

Surveillance of employees is becoming increasingly prevalent in many workplaces, with the assistance of advances in technology.

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Tips for negotiating a better employment contract

Employment law

Tips for negotiating a better employment contract

Less than one percent of employees negotiate their contracts. A contract does not just determine your salary - it sets the overall terms and conditions for your employment.

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Do you know where your employment contract is?

Employment law

Do you know where your employment contract is?

It is vital to know where your employment contract is because it governs your terms of employment, and includes any additional rights and responsibilities you might have. It is the first point of reference for if things go wrong in the workplace.

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Protecting men's mental health in the workplace

Employment law

Protecting men's mental health in the workplace

Job stress has been associated with increased suicide among men, so it’s important to heighten awareness of preventable men’s health problems to enable early detection and treatment before things seem unmanageable.

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National commission important step towards preventing elder abuse

Will disputes

National commission important step towards preventing elder abuse

The Federal Government’s recent decision to introduce a national independent Aged Care Quality and Safety Commission is a positive step towards reducing elder abuse in our community.

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