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What the new duty to act on psychosocial risks means for NSW employers
Insight 29 Sep 2022

The recent passage of the Work Health and Safety Amendment Regulation means that employers will soon have a more explicit duty to eliminate or minimise workplace psychosocial risks. In this Insight, we look at the genesis of the changes, as well as the NSW Regulation, and its interrelation with sexual harassment and bullying. ...

Employment and Safety: Jobs and Skills Summit and other developments
Insight 12 Sep 2022

The latest issues, decisions and proposed changes impacting business and workplace risk. ...

Employment and Safety: proposed changes to paid family and domestic violence leave and other developments
Insight 02 Aug 2022

The latest issues, decisions and proposed changes impacting business and workplace risk ...

Employment and Safety: Key employment changes from 1 July 2022 and other developments
Insight 18 Jul 2022

The latest issues, decisions and proposed changes impacting business and workplace risk ...

Employment and Safety: High Court confirms employer's duty to protect employees from psychiatric injury and other developments
Insight 02 Jun 2022

The latest issues, decisions and proposed changes impacting business and workplace risk ...

Employment & Safety: Federal Court considers 'stoppage of work' in Qantas stand down dispute and other developments
Insight 03 May 2022

The latest issues, decisions and proposed changes impacting business and workplace risk. ...

Employment & Safety: summary of the Victorian sick leave pilot scheme; and other developments
Insight 31 Mar 2022

The latest issues, decisions and proposed changes impacting business and workplace risk ...

The top 5 workplace issues for employers in 2022
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Webinar: The top 5 workplace issues for employers in 2022 ...

FWC Full Bench upholds reinstatement of worker dismissed for breach of mobile phone rules
Insight 07 Mar 2022

A Full Bench of the Fair Work Commission (the FWC) has upheld a decision to reinstate a worker after he was dismissed for contravening the employer's mobile phone usage policy.1 The Full Bench agreed with an earlier decision of a single member of the FWC, deciding that the dismissal was harsh, taking into account the employee's circumstances. ...

Court finds employment only needs to be one significant cause of a workplace injury to hold employer liable
Insight 07 Mar 2022

An injured employee has been awarded damages in circumstances where it was unclear whether the root cause of his injury was his employment, personal leisure activities, or a degenerative disease. ...

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