Everybody Out

Everybody Out 2021 September

In this Everybody Out September 2021 edition: vaccinations and provides updates of current happenings in that sphere dates have now been set for the APTIA and BIC Annual General Meetings with two IR seminar’s on offer each time. Read the full Edition Download

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Everybody Out 2021 August

In this August 2021 Everybody Out edition: A report on my upcoming meeting at the ILO in Geneva All you need to know from the High Court decision in Rossato An update on vaccination law i.e. to vax or not to vax? Most importantly the winners and losers from our ‘working from home’ competition. Read the full Edition Download

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Everybody Out 2021 July

In this July 2021 edition of Everybody Out: All you need to know about your rights as an employer during a lockdown. Regulations which make sexual harassment a basis for serious misconduct. The decision of the Fair Work Commission to vary all modern awards, following recent legislation, which defined casual employment and introduced a new NES of casual conversion. The large payout against an employer for breaches of sexual harassment laws. Read the full Edition Download

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Everybody Out 2021 June

In this June 2021 edition Everybody Out: Annual Wage review Sex Discrimination and Fair Work Amendment Bill 2021 Review of PVTA Vaccination News Gaol for industrial manslaughter Psychosocial hazards Read the full Edition Download

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Everybody Out 2021 May

In this May 2021 edition of Everybody Out: wage rates and where they headed which will help you with negotiations for pay rises answers to some of the tricky vaccination questions, such as: Ccan I insist in my workforce being vaccinated?” issues which Labor has been advocating in the lead up to the next Federal election Read the full Edition Download

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Everybody Out 2021 April

In this April 2021 edition of Everybody Out: QBIC Annual Conference Tourist Coach Long Distance Advisory Group Fair Work Amendment (Supporting Australia’s Jobs and Economic Recovery) Act 2021 Government Response to Respect@Work Appointments to the Fair Work Commission New Paid Parental Leave Rules. Read the full Edition Download

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Everybody Out 2021 March

In this March 2021 edition of Everybody Out: APTIA breakfast in Brisbane APTIA Lobbying in Canberra Fair Work Amendment (Supporting Australia’s Jobs and Economic Recovery) Act 2021 Constitutional Challenge to IR Omnibus Act Vaccination roll-out There are 2 important supporting documents relating to amendments to the Fair Work Act: the Fair Work Information Statement [download] the Casual Employment Information Statement [download updated: May 2021] This edition of Everybody Out also includes important decisions relating to: Lack of procedural fairness undermines strong case Medical evidence admissible if central to case FWC calls time on paid pandemic leave Read the full Edition

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Everybody Out 2021 February

In this January/February 2021 edition of Everybody Out: An outline of the resolution from the most recent IWG meeting Progress of the current IR Omnibus Bill and Rossato’s case Important dates for the APTIA breakfasts. Read the full Edition Download

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Everybody Out 2020 December

In this December 2020 edition of Everybody Out: About our plans for IR breakfasts in Brisbane, Melbourne and Sydney in 2021. About an IWG meeting to consider our response to the Bill, set for Tuesday 2 February 2021. An outline of the Fair Work Act (Supporting Australia’s Economic Recovery) Bill 2020 and how it will affect your businesses. The decision of the High Court to overturn the previous lower court decision in Mondelez and how we can now return to allocating and paying personal leave as always. How, with APTIA representation, Interline Bus Services were able to uphold, after an

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Everybody Out 2020 November

In this November 2020 edition of Everybody Out: Overtime for Casuals – the Fair Work Ombudsman has finally recognised that the casual loading is not payable on overtime. Proposals for paid domestic violence and the case for cancelling the proposed superannuation guarantee increases are considered. In the ‘Decisions’ section the case which looks at the reasonableness of requiring your employee to get vaccinated. Read the full Edition Download

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