Employees getting second jobs. As Employment Lawyers we have been asked to advise on this issue which has now come before the Fair Work Commission.
In order to adjust to COVID-19, many employers have required employees to work reduced hours. Positions which have previously been…Continue
Here are some insights from our clients from the pandemic
As Employment Lawyers we are in a privileged position to gather perspective on a very challenging time for many clients with uncertainty and fear prevailing. For others it has been an opportunity to pivot or seek different options to ensure their business survives and thrives.
Discussing these points with many in human resources, personnel management and business owners there are some constant themes…Continue
resigning in the heat of the moment – how should employers and councils act?
We have recently been asked by a client if they could treat a resignation by a disgruntled employee as a genuine resignation. The employee had felt stressed by events in his personal life and believed unjustified criticism was being directed towards him. He appeared to have verbally resigned at a performance management meeting and partially cleared his work desk.
We have recently…Continue