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Australia’s casual employees secure new benefits
Unemployment remains a hotly debated political topic in Australia. While general data shows improvements to overall employment levels across the country, an epidemic of insecure employment still exists as employers take advantage of casual contracts. More and more employees are being engaged on a casual basis, despite undertaking a full-time work load. Casual employees at […]Read more
Paid leave for victims of domestic violence rejected
Authored by Employment Law team members Christie Toy and Nicholas Jackman. Under current employment schemes, an individual experiencing domestic and family violence has no entitlement to additional paid leave. This is deeply concerning when one considers the devastating impacts that domestic violence has on an individual and their loved ones. The last thing needed is […]Read more
Return serve: What is ‘casual sexism’ and how can you stop it in your workplace?
British tennis player Andy Murray has been hailed a feminist hero after a subtle form of sexism reared its ugly head during a post-match Wimbledon press conference. Unfortunately, this kind of casual sexism is not limited to the sporting world. Subtle sexist remarks are all too prevalent in Australian workplaces, and we need to be […]Read more