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.
Thomson Reuters would like to congratulate Joanna Vincent, the 2013 winner of the annual McCallum Medal presentation competition. This year’s prize was held on Wednesday 6th November at the Fair Work Commission in Sydney, and once again showcased the outstanding talent of students and recent graduates passionate about workplace relations. L to R: Joanna Vincent, ...more
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On Tuesday 7 August 2012, Thomsons Lawyers Employment and Safety Partner, Karl Luke, together with Dr Moira Jenkins, made submissions to the House of Representatives Standing Committee on Education and Employment review into bullying in the workplace. The main points put forward were as follows: the need for a national standard definition of workplace bullying; ...more
Victorian Attorney-General Robert Clark will raise workplace bullying and the Vic legislation known as “Brodie’s Law” at the Standing Committee of Attorneys-General (SCAG) meeting in December.
The law is named after Brodie Panlock, 19, a bullied waitress who committed suicide by jumping from a building in 2006.
An Australian HR practitioner who invented the workplace conflict resolution tool ‘conferencing’ is the subject of a star-studded film about to be released.