TOPIC: Employment law

Been made redundant? What are your rights?

Been made redundant? What are your rights?

If you are being made redundant, it’s important to know what to expect and what your rights are. We outline your rights and how you can exercise them.

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What you need to know before resigning

What you need to know before resigning

Before you resign, be prepared and carefully consider what steps you need to take to ensure your exit from employment is smooth, and your reputation remains positive at the conclusion of your employment.

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Think your boss hates you? Here’s what to do

Think your boss hates you? Here’s what to do

Sometimes there’s a fine line between constructive criticism and bullying – between being the boss and being a bully. What should you do when your manager crosses that line?

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Unpaid work placements: Where’s the line between opportunity and exploitation?

Unpaid work placements: Where’s the line between opportunity and exploitation?

Maurice Blackburn’s Giri Sivaraman cautions against finding yourself in an unlawful unpaid work arrangement.

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