employment law

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19/04/2019

Is your employee Mental Health Policy up-to-date?

Australian employers pay out over half a billion dollars each year for work-related mental health conditions.  For the first time, a State government has set out a code of practice for the mental health of fly-in-fly-out workers. Build on our website all the Policies you need to ensure you comply with this […]
29/03/2016

Accountant and his client both sued under Employment law

An accountant acted for an Employer that failed to document an Employment Contract. The Fair Work Ombudsman is suing both Ezy Accounting and its client. Usually only company directors and HR professionals are attacked by the Ombudsman. After all, HR professionals are trained in this area and are responsible for workplace […]
27/03/2016

Independent Contractor Agreement – the additional 6 common law duties

Independent Contractor Agreement – the additional 6 common law duties The duties of a contractor are set out in the Independent Contractor Agreement you are building. In addition to this, a number of general duties arise under the common law. We protect the Principal. We preserve these common law duties. […]