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When is a casual actually a permanent employee?

Employment law

When is a casual actually a permanent employee?

Full Federal Court confirms casual employment is defined by substance and not form.

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When to push for medical treatment: Jodie’s story

Patient safety

When to push for medical treatment: Jodie’s story

It never hurts to seek a second opinion if you think that your treating GP is not giving you the correct course of action.

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Indoor trampoline parks and your rights

Public safety

Indoor trampoline parks and your rights

Trampolining is the fastest growing recreational activity sport in Australia, but as the popularity grows, the number of serious injuries also grow.

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Supporting Queensland’s Indian community

Social justice

Supporting Queensland’s Indian community

In times where migration, migrants and multiculturalism is being attacked, we need to bond together to ensure equality and access to justice.  Our new partnership with the Federation of Indian Communities Queensland means people of Indian origin can access legal help, fast.

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Changes to Long Service Leave in Victoria

Employment law

Changes to Long Service Leave in Victoria

In May 2018 changes the Victorian Parliament approved changes to the Long Service Leave Act, making long service leave fairer and more flexible for women, parents and carers.

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Equal pay: we need to change our laws and our outlook

Employment law

Equal pay: we need to change our laws and our outlook

We’ve reached that time of year again when we can expect to read the latest on Australia’s gender pay gap. That is, the average gap or difference between men and women’s annual earnings.

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