4 steps to prevent an unfair dismissal claim

Terminating an employee can often be an arduous process that can get clouded with emotion from both parties. However, it is essential that the termination process is carried out in a careful manner from the very start. If the termination process is not managed, the...

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Why An Unfair Dismissal Case Was Unsuccessful

Not every unfair dismissal case is a winner. Let's look at a case where the Fair Work Commission found that the employee’s failure to accept settlement offers was imprudent and delinquent. In the case of Steven Post v NTI Limited T/A NTI [2016], the Fair Work...

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3 Steps Of The Unfair Dismissal Process

Stress is prominent in many unfair dismissal disputes.  We find that our clients find it less overwhelming by cutting things down into this 3 part unfair dismissal process. Step 1: The Unfair Dismissal Application If you have been unfairly dismissed you must make an...

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Why Is An Unfair Dismissal Compensation Payout Limited?

The reason why the compensation payout one can receive is capped is on the basis that it can have a serious impact on the cash flow of the average Australian small to medium business. In one of our articles titled “Are you a high earner for the purpose of unfair...

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Why Create a New Company Title Scheme?

It is often difficult for a developer to unlock the value of land by using strata title. Sometimes, the terms of a development approval or other planning instrument may prevent strata subdivision. At other times, the costs associated with a strata subdivision can be...

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Managing Tenants In Company Title Buildings

Directors of company title buildings know that they can enforce the company title constitution and its ‘house rules’ or ‘regulations’ against problem shareholders. A well drafted constitution or set of house rules provides a company with a range of strategies to...

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Australian Employment Law For International Companies

Australia is an exciting country for international companies to trade and invest in, but Australian employment law may differ from other countries. We have helped multinational groups from the USA, United Kingdom, European Union and Singapore to manage any employment...

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