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A guide to Christmas parties – by Workplace Law

A guide to Christmas parties – by Workplace Law

5 minute read | By Workplace Law

Brace your elf – the silly season is upon us, and with it comes end of year celebrations. We at Workplace Law have created a special e-book looking at some of the risks for employers in planning and holding an end of year event, and… Read More

A moving experience: What to consider when relocating office (Part 1)

A moving experience: What to consider when relocating office (Part 1)

5 minute read | By Workplace Law

Down-sizing, upgrading, outgrowing and restructuring – change in the life-cycle of a business is inevitable and changes in size and operational needs often demand a relocation. Relocating a business is a huge logistical challenge in itself and as a result, it’s not uncommon for the… Read More

How should employers approach multi-hire arrangements and overtime?

How should employers approach multi-hire arrangements and overtime?

5 minute read | By Workplace Law

A guy, two part-time jobs and an overtime claim… It is increasingly common for workers, particularly those employed on a part-time basis, to hold multiple jobs. Usually the positions will be with different employers and are worked at different days and times. In Lacson v… Read More

EOFY: Publishing employee payment summaries

EOFY: Publishing employee payment summaries

5 minute read | By Dimitra Karas

If you’re reading this End of Financial Year blog then you’ve probably done all of your reconciliation (if not, read here!). Once that is complete, the process is very straightforward. You will have the ability to view payment summaries yourself before they’re published to give… Read More

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