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Employment vs Independent Contractor: the High Court decides The question of whether a worker is characterised as an independent contractor or an employee for the purposes of the Fair Work Act 2009 has significant consequences for employers, not least of which is...
Working in Heat As summer is approaching and it continues to get hotter, working in the heat becomes increasingly hazardous for Australian workers. When the human body is unable to maintain a constant temperature required to function, it can lead to overheating and...
WorkPac Pty Ltd v Rossato  HCA 23 On 4 August 2021 the High Court handed down their landmark decision in WorkPac Pty Ltd v Rossato, stating that the main consideration in determining how to characterise whether an employee is casual or not, should be...
Is there a better way? Is it getting to the annual appraisal time of year again at your firm? If so, research shows that not only is the performance review seen as a huge ‘time stealer’ for the employer, but it can also be a time of high anxiety and negativity for the...
Food for thought Vegetarianism is the practice of not eating meat or fish, usually for moral, religious, or health reasons. Taking that one step further, veganism is the practice of not eating or using any animal products at all. But are these practices and the...
High Court Decision handed down in Comcare v Banerji  HCA 23 The High Court of Australia has handed down its verdict in the matter of Comcare v Banerji. Read our previous blog here for a summary of the case. The High Court ultimately ruled that the APS...
In the press
Future Proofing SA – SALife
Arts Internship Brochure – The University of Adelaide
A Passion for the Law: SA Telstra Business Women’s Award Winner Serina Pace
Serina’s Acceptance Speech
Telstra Business Women’s Award
Contract, Not Policy, Key to Policing
More Opportunities to Climb to
Top of Ladder
Retention of Title Arrangements
Serina’s Thoughtful Change of Pace
Right Time, Right Place