Latest Workplace Relations

Politics 23 May 2023 ByJerome DoraisamyExercise caution in going against your employer’s Voice position

Corporate Australia is increasingly taking positions on social issues, particularly given the growing prominence of ESG....

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Politics 22 March 2023 ByJerome DoraisamyCould ‘right to disconnect’ laws work for firms?

While legislating a right to disconnect could allow lawyers to meaningfully recharge their batteries, detox from tech...

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Big Law 18 March 2023 ByLawyers WeeklyA big week for BigLaw: What’s hot in law (13-17 Mar)

Some of the largest firms operating in Australia made some waves in the news this past week — and not all for the...

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Big Law 15 March 2023 ByJerome DoraisamyWorkplace partners ‘inundated’ with huge uptick in work

As one BigLaw partner in employment and workplace relations told Lawyers Weekly, “I have just come off my biggest...

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Corporate Counsel 14 March 2023 ByJerome DoraisamyLegal likely to be among the last to see redundancies in tech

Amid a handful of large-scale redundancies in some of the world’s largest tech companies, in-house recruiters reflect...

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SME Law 06 March 2023 ByJerome DoraisamyAustralian Business Lawyers & Advisors to focus solely on workplace...

Mid-tier firm Australian Business Lawyers & Advisors (ABLA) has closed its corporate and commercial practice and is...

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Big Law 04 March 2023 ByLawyers WeeklyWorkplaces under scrutiny: What’s hot in law this week (27 Feb-3...

Myriad workplace issues and trends — from treatment of staff to greenwashing, from virtual courts to leadership traits...

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NewLaw 24 January 2023 ByAndrew BrooksBallkids are in the news, and it has nothing to do with the tennis

Simply calling someone a volunteer, without properly classifying them, is not enough to prevent an employment...

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SME Law 02 December 2022 ByJerome Doraisamy78 new accredited specialists named in Victoria

Practitioners in children’s law, commercial law, commercial litigation, criminal law, immigration, wills and estates,...

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Big Law 08 November 2022 ByJerome DoraisamyTwitter’s potentially ‘significant’ issues in mass lay-offs of...

The reported global culling of Twitter employees, including its Australian staff, may see the social media platform fall...

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