25 June 2014
In this issue: we look at the circumstances where a court may not grant an injunction to restrain an employee from working with a competitor; the Fair Work Commission’s position on legal representation; a case that helps clarify when restructuring roles will create genuine redundancy; whether a gift to employees who worked during a strike can be construed as adverse action; an assessment of the first six months of the new anti-bullying jurisdiction; and an employer’s right to proper information about an employee’s illness.
- Haste required when enforcing restraints
- A help or a hindrance?
- When will the restructure of a role create a genuine redundancy?
- Gift voucher was not adverse action
- The first six months of the new anti-bullying jurisdiction
- Employer entitled to understand illness
Reproduced with permission from Allens
David Cormack – Brisbane Barrister.