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Workplace law special edition: Occupational health and safety: A shot in the arm
Workplace law special edition: Occupational health and safety: A shot in the arm

 Susanna Ritchie and Mariah Khoury 01 May 2021

A COVID-19 vaccine has arrived But the pandemic's twists and turns are not over yet. It's time to start thinking about what the vaccine rollout means for a legal practice’s work health and safety obligations. 

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Workplace law special edition: Legal firms: A look to the future – The year is 2031 . . .
Workplace law special edition: Legal firms: A look to the future – The year is 2031 . . .

 Chris Molnar 01 May 2021

Ever wondered what a law firm will look like in 10 years? Chris Molnar looks to the future to interview managing partner of mid-sized, full-service firm Champion Premier & Goodluck (CPG) Michelle Champion.

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Workplace law special edition: Employment status: Employee or contractor  – the eternal conundrum
Workplace law special edition: Employment status: Employee or contractor – the eternal conundrum

 Marc Felman and Tessa Duthie 01 May 2021

Recent decisions in state and federal courts as well as the Fair Work Commission reveal the challenges that can arise in modern working arrangements such as labour hire, casual employment and workers in the 'gig economy'. 

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Workplace law special edition: Wages: Wage theft: State and federal tension
Workplace law special edition: Wages: Wage theft: State and federal tension

 Nadia Stojanova 01 May 2021

There are questions about the constitutional validity of the Wage Theft Act and concerns employers could be subject to investigations from Wage Inspectorate Victoria and the Fair Work Ombudsman for the same circumstances.

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Workplace law special edition: Fair Work Act: Freedom to associate
Workplace law special edition: Fair Work Act: Freedom to associate

 Malcolm Harding 01 May 2021

The second form of 'industrial association' recognised by the Fair Work Act 2009 and some of the interesting ways it is deployed by the Act are addressed here. A recent Full Court Decision considered the concept. 

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Workplace law special edition: Employee protection: Workers more  generally protected
Workplace law special edition: Employee protection: Workers more generally protected

 Angus MacKenzie 01 May 2021

Recent Full Court decisions bring the operation of the Fair Work Act's narrow ‘complaints and inquiries’ protection closer than it has been in years to its purpose – protecting employees from retribution. 

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Trans Day of Visibility 2021
Trans Day of Visibility 2021

 Teddy Darling 27 Apr 2021

The International Trans Day of Visibility was on 31 March. Life as a trans or gender diverse (TGD) lawyer is as varied as gender identity, no two experiences are alike.

 

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At a crossroads: choosing an alternative career
At a crossroads: choosing an alternative career

 Kim Koelmeyeris 30 Mar 2021

 In the echo chamber of law school, it is often forgotten that law graduates have a wide array of career options available to them. In 2020, I decided to enter a career path outside of the law. 

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Bullying: Too many exceptions are proving the rule
Bullying: Too many exceptions are proving the rule

 Margaret Cai 01 Nov 2020

Law students are aware that future workplaces may be cut-throat environments that mete out poor treatment, protected by a culture of silence. ALSA is moving to disrupt this expectation.

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Workplace: On the road to COVID normal
Workplace: On the road to COVID normal

 Karin Derkley 01 Oct 2020

With no end to the pandemic in sight, firms need to be planning for a return to the office that can be safe and flexible.

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Legal profession: Professional culture to blame
Legal profession: Professional culture to blame

 Julian Webb 01 Oct 2020

Sexual harassment is more prevalent in the legal profession than the workplace generally. While there have been some initiatives to curb this, cultural and regulatory reform is needed. 

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What to do when the traditional path into law isn’t for you
What to do when the traditional path into law isn’t for you

 Shaniya Vilash 07 Sep 2020

Many of us know the stress that law school and a legal career can bring. The countless sleepless nights studying for exams, preparing applications for clerkship season and giving it your all in an interview, only to find out it didn’t land you that dream job. Sound familiar?

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Sexual harrassment: High Court apology signals shift in response
Sexual harrassment: High Court apology signals shift in response

 Karin Derkley 01 Sep 2020

The legal profession isn’t alone in suffering high rates of sexual harassment but its entrenched culture of power and hierarchy perpetuates the problem.

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Workplace: Stage 4 calls for COVID-safe plans
Workplace: Stage 4 calls for COVID-safe plans

 Michelle Gunn 01 Sep 2020

Restriction fatigue has resulted in a growing number of positive COVID-19 cases and a delayed timeline to return to the office. Planning for effective infection control measures is vital.

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According to merit?/Diversity: 2020 – From vision to revelation
According to merit?/Diversity: 2020 – From vision to revelation

 Gemma Hannah and Jyoti Haikerwal 01 Sep 2020

Leaders in the law have been forced to make swift and decisive workplace changes that will have long-term benefits.

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