Befitting her position as the Federal Minister for Women, Senator Michaelia Cash affirmed her commitment to boosting the participation of women in the workforce and to reducing the gender pay gap in a broad ranging interview in the latest edition of Workplace Review (Summer 2016, Vol 7 Pt 1). The Senator also spoke of the ...more
The 2015 McCallum Medal Competition, named in honour of industrial relations expert and former Dean of University of Sydney, Faculty of Law, Professor Ron McCallum AO, was held on Thursday 12th November at the Seyfarth Shaw offices in Chifley Towers, Sydney. Claire Limbach won first prize on the night, discussing in favour of amending the Fair ...more
Michael answers this and other questions in an interview featured in the recently published Spring 2013 edition of Workplace Review. Michael talks about his family background and education, both of which instilled in him a strong desire to excel, work hard, and be dedicated and committed to things he put his mind to. Find out ...more
The annual McCallum Medal presentation competition, named in honour of industrial relations expert Professor Ron McCallum AO, was held on Wednesday the 19th of October at the Clayton Utz offices in Sydney.
Have you submitted an entry to the McCallum Medal competition yet?
If you’re a student or young lawyer and you meet the requirements for entry, you should hurry and enter a synopsis on an employment law topic now!
The Young Lawyer’s Committee of the Law Society of New South Wales have just announced the opening of the McCallum Medal competition for 2011. The McCallum Medal is an annual public speaking competition for young lawyers and students with an interest in industrial relations and employment law. The competition is named in honour of Professor Ron McCallum who is a leading academic in this field.
On Monday 30 May 2011, Workplace Review received a mention in the Education, Employment and Workplace Relations Legislation Senate Estimates Committee.
Senator Fisher, the Liberal Senator for South Australia, twice asked questions of Fair Work Australia relating to an interview of Justice Geoffrey Giudice (President of Fair Work Australia) published in the first issue of Workplace Review (“Justice Geoffrey Giudice: An insider’s look at Australia’s new IR system” (2010) 1 WR 16).
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.