King & Wood Mallesons' Employee Relations & Safety Update — March 2013
King & Wood Mallesons has released the March 2013 edition of its Employee Relations & Safety Update.
- Fair Work Full Bench considers meaning of arrangement in transfer of business
- Orders stopping industrial action — how far can the Fair Work Commission go?
- Federal Court finds no connection between adverse action and workplace right
- Employee unfairly dismissed as non-compliance with grooming policy was linked to medical condition
- Employee or independent contractor? Look to the relationship not the label
- Elephants, ducks and a frustrated settlement agreement…
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