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Six Simple Steps to Make Roads Safer for Motorcyclists

Road rights

Six Simple Steps to Make Roads Safer for Motorcyclists

With the growing number of people taking to two wheels, is it time to put riders at the centre road design and layout? These five simple changes could reap huge benefit for all road users.

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The Great Resignation: How to Tell if Your Next Employer is Right For You

Employment law

The Great Resignation: How to Tell if Your Next Employer is Right For You

Here are some tips on navigating the recruitment and interview process to help you know if your next employer is a good fit.

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10 New Year Life Admin Tasks We Should All Be Ticking Off in 2022

10 New Year Life Admin Tasks We Should All Be Ticking Off in 2022

The New Year is a perfect time to take stock after a difficult 2021. Check out some of these simple life admin tasks worth adding to your list of goals for 2022.

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Even in troubled times like COVID, employers need to stick to the rules

Employment law

Even in troubled times like COVID, employers need to stick to the rules

A recent decision by the Fair Work Commission is a significant win for the rights of workers and their union representatives to be consulted about workplace health and safety measures before they are introduced.

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I Quit! How to leave a job well: References, Notice Periods and Restraint of Trade

Employment law

I Quit! How to leave a job well: References, Notice Periods and Restraint of Trade

Handing in your resignation is usually a major life event, but recently more of us seem eager to switch employers or even careers, in what’s being called the “Great Resignation”.

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Ecocide: Criminalising environmental destruction

Social justice

Ecocide: Criminalising environmental destruction

A global campaign is underway to include “Ecocide” as an international crime falling within the jurisdiction of the International Criminal Court (the ICC). So what is Ecocide?

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