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Celebrating Harmony Day: Respecting cultural diversity at work
March 21 is Harmony Day. A celebration of Australian multiculturalism, the day coincides with the United Nations International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination. On this day, schools, workplaces and communities come together to celebrate our multicultural country. We’ve been doing so since 1999 and have held more than 70,000 Harmony Day events throughout […]Read more
Compensating victims of child sexual abuse: Where is the National Redress Scheme?
Since the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse handed down its final report, Shine Lawyers has strongly supported the recommendation to implement a national redress scheme, providing compensation for victims of institutional sexual abuse. Shine first made a submission in relation to the scheme in May 2015 and stands by this recommendation […]Read more
Casual vs. permanent part-time: What it means for your workplace rights
Whether you’re searching for a new casual job or experiencing problems at your current workplace, understanding what your employment status means is critical for protecting your rights at work. Your entitlements change depending on your type of employment, so it’s important to be aware exactly what it means to be a part-time or casual worker. […]Read more