Inherent requirements termination upheld by Full Bench

The Full Bench of the Fair Work Commission recently handed down a significant decision which is of particular relevance for employers who have statutory child safety obligations because their staff work with children. Handed do...

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Paper necessity or data vulnerability?

The Sydney Morning Herald reports that over 186,000 people were affected by a phishing attack on Service NSW back in March 2020 and has suggested that a large amount of the personal information that was obtained was in the form of...

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How local sports clubs can become more financially independent and prosper in 2021

It has been a grim year for sports organisations who were among the worst hit from the pandemic. Traditional revenue streams from player registrations were significantly reduced, sponsorship payments were cut, fundraisers were can...

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Family Law: Custody Arrangements Over Christmas

Preparing for the festive season can be a frantic and stressful time for everyone, but can be especially difficult for those with separated families. If you and your partner are separated, knowing the answers to the following ques...

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Employment Law: Notice For Holiday Period

Annual leave over the Christmas and New Year's period can be difficult to manage. As this period fast approaches, now becomes an important time for employers to plan ahead for the shutdown period to notify its staff to take forced...

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Charles’ top 5 tips when negotiating with the ATO

With over 15 years' experience in acting for the ATO Charles Bavin knows the ins and outs. Charles' top tips when negotiating with the ATO are: Get in early. The ATO is committed to the early resolution of disputes an...

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