The Fair Work Commission Rules 2013 were registered on ComLaw yesterday, commencing today, Friday 6 December. They include transitional arrangements and repeal previous Rules.
Users of Fair Work Legislation 2013 should be aware that the Rules included in that volume, therefore, have now been superceded. Subscribers to National Workplace Relations will see the new Rules appear in that product shortly.
When “Fair Work Legislation 2013” was published almost four months ago, changes to the pieces of legislation were known to be commencing in the first part of next year, including those affecting the Fair Work Act from 1 January in relation to workplace bullying and right of entry.
To allow practitioners to see what those changes would look like in context, these changes were included in ‘future commencement’ notes within our consolidation. With these notes, customers can rely on this year’s volume comfortably into 2014.
Latest publishing news: Fair Work Legislation 2013 has published today in print and eBook+book formats. Our standalone eBook offering released late last week, meaning practitioners now have a full complement of media format from which to choose.
Current to 1 July 2013, this is the version of Australia’s workplace laws as they stand going into the September Federal Election.
Thomson Reuters is pleased to announce that the eBook version of Fair Work Legislation 2013, current as at 1 July 2013 and including key section annotations, went live on Friday last week (23 August).
Keep watching this space as the print equivalent will shortly be available, along with the dual media (and best value) eBook + book bundle .
With the election due on September 7, it is an appropriate time to assess the major parties’ industrial relations policies.
Much is made of the so called ideological divide between the potential governing parties. However, rather than there being an ideological divide on industrial relations policy between them, the potential governing parties agree on all the main policy elements
Thomson Reuters has now reduced the recommended retail prices of a selection of our employment & IR titles so now is a great time to be filling out your library.
As our 2013 volume will release next week, Fair Work Legislation 2012 (current as at 23 July 2012) is now available as a point-in-time snapshot of the legislation in book or eBook formats for $65.01 rrp. The book + eBook bundle is available for $84.50 rrp.