The Spring edition of Workplace Review publishes articles on a wide range of topics including the test for adverse action, workers compensation, recovery of funds that have been misappropriated, gender equity and its implications for productivity, dependent contractors’ leave entitlements, practical jokes at work, emotional intelligence in the workplace plus much more.
The Winter 2012 edition of Workplace Review includes the following articles: “The industrial relations system is fundamentally flawed” – Frank Marks; “The ACTU’s insecure work campaign” – Natalie Rodwell and Neil Napper; “From ABCC to FWBC: Tides of change?” – Irina Kolodizner and Neil Napper; “Assessing compensation in adverse action cases” – Ian Latham and David Taylor; “Casual chat backfires on bank” – Craig Tanner; and “Keeping older workers on the dance floor and the benefits of SLOW ageing” – Kate Marie and Eva Migdal. Also included in this Part are a range of section notes, including an interview of Professor John Buchanan, Vales of The Hon Judith Cohen and Frank Walker QC, the Diary and much more.
The latest issue of Workplace Review contains many interesting articles and sections exploring such topics as employer responses to natural disasters, adverse action, State government wages policies, interpreting the Fair Work Act and protected industrial action. There is also a book review, an interview with Justice Boland and a Vale for Roderick Pitt Meagher QC, plus much more.
The latest issue of Workplace Review (Vol 2(1)) is now available online with hard copy to follow shortly. Including feature interview with Senator Chris Evans, articles on right of entry, sham contracting, adverse action and more – the wide range of content in this issue will engage your mind and tickle your humour.