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Many people think that if they do not have a written contract of employment then they are not under a contract of employment. This is incorrect. A verbal agreement can still be an enforceable agreement at law.
Flexible working arrangements are an increasingly common way for employees to achieve a healthy work life balance. Being able to work non-standard hours or from home can be especially useful for employees who have young children or who live a distance away from their place of employment.
It is important that employers consider anti-discrimination laws when recruiting employees or contractors to ensure they are not liable to a discrimination claim.
Employers owe the same work healthy and safety obligations to employees who are working from home as they do to those employees in the workplace
Australia’s complex system of laws, award and agreements can lead to employers (particularly small businesses) unintentionally underpaying their employees. This can have significant consequences.
You have just been dismissed from your employment. You think the dismissal was unfair. You are angry and upset. It’s time to see a specialist employment lawyer.
The question that has been before the Fair Work Commission this year and last year particularly is whether gig workers who receive work via digital platforms such as Uber Eats drivers are engaged as independent contractors or employees?