Pre-employment Medicals

By | February 13th, 2018|HR, News, Staff Policies and Processes|

By Carlen Lowe Employers owe a high duty of care to its employees and a pre-employment medical examination may go [...]

5 ways your safety culture could impact the outcome of a common law claim

By | July 12th, 2017|HR, News, Staff Policies and Processes|

by George Williams Long gone are the days when workers wore sneakers and singlets to work sites, hard hats were [...]

Employer’s liability and management of employee fatigue

By | July 4th, 2017|Health & Safety, HR, News, Staff Policies and Processes|

By Carlen Lowe, Associate and Clint Kanther, Senior Associate - BTLawyers You’ve got an employee who’s just finished working four [...]

What should you do when an employee goes AWOL? It’s not as  straightforward as you might think.

By | February 14th, 2017|HR, Staff Policies and Processes|

By John Salter One day Mary doesn’t show up to work. You don’t hear from her to say that she’s [...]

Employers: there’s a 1 in 4 chance your female staff members are experiencing domestic violence at home

By | November 15th, 2016|Domestic Violence, Staff Policies and Processes|

Domestic Violence Awareness Month may be over, but the drive to improve responses to it in the workplace are just [...]

Are your staff policies up to scratch? Some lessons from recent Fair Work Commission decisions

By | November 2nd, 2016|HR, Staff Policies and Processes|

This article first appeared in Beef Central on 28 October 2016 As an employer, are your policy and process documents [...]