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Workers with intellectual disabilities urged to register for BSWAT backpay and compensation

Class actions

Workers with intellectual disabilities urged to register for BSWAT backpay and compensation

Australian workers with intellectual disabilities could be eligible to receive backpay for unlawful discriminatory wages.

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Identifying the impact of trauma in the wake of tragedy

Road rights

Identifying the impact of trauma in the wake of tragedy

Witnessing a traumatic event such as a car accident or an act of violence can lead to emotional duress and other health consequences including mental, emotional and physical exhaustion.

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Slippery business: supermarket injuries and your rights

Public safety

Slippery business: supermarket injuries and your rights

You slip on a wet supermarket floor, or something falls off a shelf onto your head. What are your rights when you’re injured at the supermarket?

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Beware the lone voice of the silent majority

Social justice

Beware the lone voice of the silent majority

Workplace values are a reflection of community values. In a simple sense, most people at work watch or read some version of the news and form their opinions accordingly. Those opinions inform values, and for a lot of us, those values come with us to work.

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The unfair mental health exclusions in life insurance

Insurance

The unfair mental health exclusions in life insurance

It’s important to read the fine print of your life insurance policy, so you don’t face a mental health exclusion.

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What to consider before consolidating your super

Superannuation

What to consider before consolidating your super

How many super funds do you have? Track them down so you don’t miss out on a potential superannuation insurance claim.

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