PCC Employment Lawyers відкриті
[search 0]
більше

Download the App!

show episodes
 
PCC Lawyers presents a running series covering Employment Law in Australia. Important: The content of this podcast is general in nature and provides a summary of the issues covered. It is not intended to be, nor should it be relied upon, as legal or professional advice for specific employment situations. PCC Employment Lawyers recommend that specialist legal advice should be sought about specific legal issues.
 
Loading …
show series
 
An employment contract is an integral part of the employment relationship. Contracts can exist in a non-written form, however the purpose of a written contract is to define the terms of what is being agreed, to avoid things getting lost in translation, or over time, forgotten. In this episode of our two part series, we discuss what we believe are t…
 
In this episode of our podcast, we are honoured to be joined by Samantha Mangwana of Shine Lawyers. Samantha leads the Executive Employment and Partnership practice, and is a recognised expert on employment and discrimination law issues. Samantha shares with the team some of her experiences from before, during and after the media focus of the #MeTo…
 
As the weather starts to warm up and we approach the final quarter of the year, party season will be soon upon us. End of year parties can be great for team engagement, and as a celebration of the year's success, however they can also be fraught with legal risk for employers. In this episode of our podcast, we are joined by special guest Lizzy Boot…
 
In this episode, we discuss workplace risks associated with employee social media use, including egregious misuse, and provide some practical steps employers can take to minimise those risks. We also bring you our new segment ‘Would you tweet that?’, where the team is challenged to come up with the most tweetable tweets of employment law news; and …
 
The Fair Work Ombudsman (FWO) has recently released its strategic priorities for the 2022-23 period, with fast food, restaurants/cafes, and agriculture key industries of focus. Added to the list is the universities sector, with the FWO concerned about allegations of long-running underpayments in many universities, citing management oversight, decen…
 
In this podcast, we discuss Part B of our e-publication “Termination of Employment: A Lawful and Ethical Approach”; termination of employment relating to the role (redundancy), where employment ends at the employers initiative in circumstances where the role or job is no longer required to be done by anyone. This podcast picks up from Part A of the…
 
This podcast is the second part of our series discussing managing absent employees. In this episode we address the management of employees that have had a long term absence due to personal injury or illness. We discuss how to take the next steps, the legal risks, and the procedures that need to be followed when it becomes apparent that the inherent…
 
This podcast is the first of a two part series where we discuss managing absent employees. This first episode looks at how businesses can best manage short term or sporadic employee absences from work, to minimise the impact on the business whilst protecting employee rights. In the second episode, we take this further and discuss the more serious a…
 
Managing employee performance, both teams and individuals, is critical to a business' success. Failure to act early and decisively in the case of underperforming employees can be a costly mistake that employers make. In this podcast we discuss the key elements of managing performance, both practical and legal, choices available for employers, and s…
 
Warning: This podcast contains coarse language which may be offensive to some listeners. We address swearing at work, and in particular, whether swearing can be grounds for disciplinary consequences. We also bring you "The Good, the Bad and the Ugly" of recent employment law news, and our legal film review returns, with this episode featuring "The …
 
As the NSW government has announced an end to most of the remaining COVID-19 restrictions, including working from home directions, our first podcast for 2022 focusses on flexibility in the workplace. With workplaces, and employee expectations, very much changed over the last two years, we discuss what the new normal looks like, and the underlying l…
 
In this episode we provide guidance on the way forward to normality post lockdown, and provide updates on the Public Health vaccination mandates for certain industries, and employers privately, with some interesting recent court and tribunal decisions. 'The Good, the Bad and The Ugly' of employment law returns, along with our movie review of 'The T…
 
Following our recent newsletter Can an employer mandate COVID-19 vaccinations for its employees?, today we discuss this further with consideration of whether this would be a lawful and reasonable direction, discriminatory, or necessary to meet duty of care obligations. We also give our take on "The Good, the Bad and the Ugly" of employment law, and…
 
Following our recent newsletter discrimination in recruitment, today we are joined by Lizzy Boots, Managing Director of Boots & All Consulting, for some practical recruitment insights. We also give our take on "The Good, the Bad and the Ugly" of employment law, and review "Legally Blonde" ... not some of the teams' first choice in legal themed movi…
 
In this lockdown edition of our podcast, we discuss the recent ground breaking Fair Work Commission Deliveroo decision, as well as Menulog's adaptation of their engagement model and their application for a new Modern Award. Stay with us at the end for our new segment, "The Good, the Bad and the Ugly", where we give our take on employment law update…
 
In this podcast, we expand on our recent e-Publication "Termination of Employment: A Lawful and Ethical Approach", where we look to respond to questions and general commentary around the process and considerations when looking to terminate an employee's employment. This month's focus is on Part A of the publication; terminating an employee's employ…
 
Following a recent unfair dismissal case involving Uber Eats, and their subsequent announcement of their new business model and contracts for delivery drivers, in this podcast we discuss the status of gig economy workers as independent contractors or employees - an issue that has been challenged in a number of courts and tribunals globally.…
 
This week's episode of Employment Law covers some important issues ahead of the Christmas period for employers. Please note: The content of this podcast is general in nature and provides a summary of the issues covered. It is not intended to be, nor should it be relied upon, as legal or professional advice for specific employment situations. PCC Em…
 
On the latest episode of the PCC Lawyers podcast we discuss the potential issues surrounding the legal standings around managing sick or injured employees. Please note: The content of this podcast is general in nature and provides a summary of the issues covered. It is not intended to be, nor should it be relied upon, as legal or professional advic…
 
Brian, Helen and Jacob return to discuss recent rulings around Political Communication. Please note: The content of this podcast is general in nature and provides a summary of the issues covered. It is not intended to be, nor should it be relied upon, as legal or professional advice for specific employment situations. PCC Employment Lawyers recomme…
 
This week's episode covers the topic of Flexible Work Requests. Please note: The content of this podcast is general in nature and provides a summary of the issues covered. It is not intended to be, nor should it be relied upon, as legal or professional advice for specific employment situations. PCC Employment Lawyers recommend that specialist legal…
 
The latest episode from PCC Lawyers covers the topic of genuine redundancy. Please note: The content of this podcast is general in nature and provides a summary of the issues covered. It is not intended to be, nor should it be relied upon, as legal or professional advice for specific employment situations. PCC Employment Lawyers recommend that spec…
 
Welcome to the first instalment of our PCC Podcast. Episode 1 covers the issues around casual employment and the recent changes to the law that have created a level of confusion amongst employers and employees alike. The content of this podcast is general in nature and provides a summary of the issues covered. It is not intended to be, nor should i…
 
Loading …

Короткий довідник

Google login Twitter login Classic login