How to Organise Remote Work for Employees

24th May 2023 - Category: Human Resources and Employment Law

In the modern age of work, remote working has become more than just a trend; it has transformed into a mainstay of the corporate world. This paradigm shift, where employees no longer need to be physically present in a traditional office, has been accelerated by technological advances and societal changes, and most recently, the global pandemic. [...]

Harassment at the Workplace: how to Protect yourself

30th March 2023 - Category: Human Resources and Employment Law

Workplace harassment is a serious issue that affects many Australian employees. The impact of workplace harassment on individuals can be severe, with victims often experiencing anxiety, depression, and other mental health issues. [...]

What are the Main Employee Related Documents for Employers to Consider?

9th June 2020 - Category: Human Resources and Employment Law

If you are considering taking on some employees in your business, then it is important to get your legal documents right. Employment law is complicated, and mistakes can be costly. [...]

How Can an Employer Terminate an Employment Agreement?

1st October 2019 - Category: Human Resources and Employment Law

Terminating an employee is a stressful and challenging experience for many Australian employers. In addition to the various emotions that are likely to be involved, particularly on the part of the employee, there is also the possibility of legal action if the employer does not handle the matter properly. [...]

What's the Difference Between an Employee and an Independent Contractor?

11th April 2019 - Category: Employment Contracts

Work culture in Australia has been rapidly changing in recent years. Because of this, many companies are choosing to create a workforce based on what works for them, hiring employees for some roles through an Employment Agreement, and hiring contractors for other roles through a Service Agreement. [...]