TOPIC: Employment law

How likely is it that you’ll get another job over 50?

How likely is it that you’ll get another job over 50?

If you’re over 50 and looking to change jobs or re-enter the workforce, the odds are stacked against you. Here we discuss the deeply embedded perceptions about older workers, the disconnect between policy and marketplace, and the need for a new approach.

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Creating a transgender-positive workplace

Creating a transgender-positive workplace

Managers who’ve had limited contact with transgender employees may be unsure about how to create a welcoming and supportive environment. Here we discuss simple ways to promote diversity and acceptance in the workplace so that all employees can feel safe and accepted at work.

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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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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 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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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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