TOPIC: Employment law

Willing and able: disability in the workplace

Willing and able: disability in the workplace

More than two million Australians of ‘prime working age’ identify as having a disability. What are the rights of employees and the responsibilities and obligations of their employers?

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Negotiating an executive employment contract

Negotiating an executive employment contract

When you’re offered a role, it’s important to make sure your contract covers all your rights. We offer advice for negotiating an executive contract.

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How does an employment lawyer handle a redundancy dispute?

How does an employment lawyer handle a redundancy dispute?

Ever wondered how an employment lawyer approaches a redundancy dispute? Here we explore their considerations at each step along the way, from assessment to resolution.

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How employers can support survivors of domestic violence

How employers can support survivors of domestic violence

It’s becoming increasingly clear that family and domestic violence is a matter of great urgency impacting many Australians, many of whom are workplace employees.

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Superannuation

Chronic illness during the COVID-19 pandemic? Know your rights

We talk about your options through your super if you can't work.

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Superannuation

Superannuation and your rights when JobKeeper ends

JobKeeper has supported many Australian businesses and their employees to stay afloat through COVID-19. However, the subsidy is scheduled to end next month and many struggling businesses will face increased financial strain. Understand your rights and how your super fund can help.

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Work rights

What to do if you're injured in a work accident

Getting back on track after a work accident can seem daunting, but with the right guidance, you can make it through the process.

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