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Single Abbreviation Changes Meaning Of Enterprise Agreement

In finding that an employer misconstrued a common abbreviation in its own enterprise agreement, Qube Ports Pty Ltd has been required to withdraw final warnings issued to seven employees following a recent decision of the Fair Work Commission that highlights the importance of meticulous legal drafting.

Upcoming Penalty Rate Changes In The General Retail Industry Award 2010

On 1 October 2018, the Fair Work Commission, as part of its 4-year modern award review, made a decision which will amend evening, Saturday and Sunday penalty rates under the General Retail Industry Award 2010.

Chao Ni – Appointed Principal At MST Lawyers

MST Lawyers is pleased to announce the appointment of Chao Ni as a Principal in its Employment Law team.

Secretly Recording Work Colleagues

Recording workplace conversations is a hot and contentious topic for employers and employees alike. In a world full of easily accessible recording devices, the secret recording of a conversation is more common than we would like to think. Individuals should be aware of their rights and obligations when considering recording a conversation in the workplace.

Is it ever okay to record workplace conversations secretly?