1-10 of 2219 results

Qantas mask mandate found to be lawful and reasonable
Insight 25 Nov 2021

The Fair Work Commission (FWC) recently decided that Qantas' management of a flight attendant who failed to follow a mask mandate was lawful and reasonable, and that she was not constructively dismissed when required to comply with Qantas' directions. ...

Director ID: do you need to apply?
Insight 25 Nov 2021

The Director Identification Number (DIN) initiative under part 9.1A of the Corporations Act 2001 (Cth) has commenced operation through the Australian Business Registry Services (ABRS). Unless exempt, directors need to apply for a DIN within the required timeframe to avoid penalty. ...

Feeling the heat: labour hire company discriminates against worker because of age-related assumptions
Insight 25 Nov 2021

A labour hire company and prospective host company have been found to have contravened the Fair Work Act 2009 (Cth) (FW Act) by discriminating against a job applicant due to age-related assumptions about the employee's ability to work in hot conditions. ...

Fair Work Ombudsman's enforcement activity on the rise
Insight 25 Nov 2021

The Fair Work Ombudsman (FWO) recently released its Annual Report for 2020-21, providing insights into its enforcement work over the last financial year and its goals for the year ahead. ...

Employer defence rejected after meeting caused psychological injury
Insight 25 Nov 2021

A recent decision of the New South Wales Personal Injury Commission (Commission) highlights the importance of ensuring employers give employees adequate time to prepare for a disciplinary meeting. ...

In Touch: Meta cleared to acquire Kustomer; and other developments
Insight 24 Nov 2021

Mereenie gas field joint marketing; Meta's acquisition of Kustomer; Alkaloids of Australia pleads guilty to criminal cartel charges; no appeal for Volkswagen; Please Hold agrees to amend contracts; Bare Cremation pays penalty for allegedly misleading consumers ...

Vietnam cross-border lending guide
Insight 24 Nov 2021

Vietnam continues to be an attractive destination for foreign investors. Both Vietnamese and foreign-invested enterprises constantly require debt capital from overseas lenders to establish and grow their businesses. Further, the demand for cross-border financing has also been boosted by a growing nu ...

Net-zero by 2050: implications for Australia's electricity sector
Insight

Webinar: Net-zero by 2050: implications for Australia's electricity sector ...

Vietnam cross-border lending guide
Insight 23 Nov 2021

Vietnam continues to be an attractive destination for foreign investors. Both Vietnamese and foreign-invested enterprises constantly require debt capital from overseas lenders to establish and grow their businesses. Further, the demand for cross-border financing has also been boosted by a growing nu ...

A tale of two OAIC investigations – privacy implications for the use of facial recognition technology
Insight 23 Nov 2021

Determinations issued by the Office of the Australian Information Commissioner (OAIC) following two recent investigations against 7-Eleven and Clearview AI, reinforce a global trend of growing regulatory scrutiny of the use of facial recognition technology by private sector organisations, and follows Facebook's recent decision to shut down its facial recognition system. ...

Refine

From
To