The Winter 2015 Part of the Workplace Review includes the following content: “Who has custody of a police officer’s goatee?” – Catherine Bembrick; “Elder abuse – an issue for employers?” – Rick Manuel; “Allegations and consequences: How should an employer respond to an employee’s misconduct?” – Luke Scandrett and Neil Napper; “Recent privacy considerations arising in the workplace – social media and limitations on collection and use by employers of employee-generated content” – Elizabeth Raper and Philippa Munton; Focus on South Australia: “Developments in reasonable notice and unfair dismissals” – Rick Manuel; Focus on Victoria: “Corporate accessorial liability” – Steven Moore; Interview: “Richard Kenzie: Without fear or favour – industrial relations the Kenzie way” – by Steven Andrew; Common Law and General Protections: “Tattsbet Ltd v Morrow: Employee or contractor?” – Andrew Denton; “Additional comments on “workplace rights”” – Victoria Lambropoulos; Work health and safety: “Drug testing in the workplace – does a worker’s “right” to privacy restrict an employer’s ability to effectively minimise work health and safety risks?” – Michael Tooma and Niaz Payne; Book Review, The Last Word, Diary and Artworks.
The latest Part of Workplace Review includes the following material: “Nine things you need to know about the Royal Commission into Trade Union Governance and Corruption” – Sara Hopkins and Longzhen Han; “Retirement of Commissioner Deegan from FWC” – James Macken; “Commonwealth Bank of Australia v Barker: High Court rules out the implication of the term of mutual good faith and confidence” – Daniel O’Sullivan; “When it is no longer a happy union, should trade union divorces be “just, quick and cheap”? What would Tolstoy and Lionel Murphy say?” – Jeffrey Phillips SC; Focus on Queensland: “Chivers v Queensland – genuine occupational requirement” – Geraldine Dann; Focus on Victoria: “Parsing the mind of the decision-maker – is Barclay the final word?” – Steven Moore; Interview: “Justice Glenn Martin: “Brisbane’s finest” brings a dose of humour to the industrial court” – by Steven Andrew; Common Law and General Protections: “The death knell of the duty of trust and confidence but hope for good faith remains?” – Victoria Lambropoulos; The Last Word and Diary.
The last Part of Volume 3 of the Workplace Review publishes an interesting mix of articles and sections. The articles discuss the role of the Federal Magistrates Court of Australia, arbitration and breach of fixed-term employment contracts. The sections include Focus on: Victoria, Book Reviews, The Last Word and Diary. Also included in this Part is an interview with ACTU President Ged Kearney and the winning article and first runner up from the McCallum Medal 2012.
The Summer 2011 issue of the Workplace Review includes several interesting articles and sections on a range of topics including, but not limited to, protected industrial action, unfair dismissal and Facebook, the approach of Fair Work Australia to evidence, work health and safety, costs in discrimination matters and the general protections provisions of the Fair Work Act 2009.