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The Ordinary & Customary turnover exception to redundancy pay

July 6, 2023

Under s.119 of the Fair Work Act, an employee is entitled to be paid redundancy pay by the employer if the employee’s employment is terminated because – the employer no longer requires a job done by the employee to be done by anyone, except where this is due to...Read More

STAL opens our newest office in Melbourne’s North

June 1, 2023

After a busy and rewarding few years, STAL is expanding into the Northern Suburbs of Melbourne, standing ready to service clients in employment/workplace matters, in addition to Melbourne’s CBD. Our new offices are located on Level 3, 593 Grimshaw Street,...Read More

Flexible Work Arrangements – Fair Work Act changes

February 22, 2023

From 6 June 2023, employees will be able to access the Fair Work Commission’s Dispute Resolution processes to oversee their employer’s decision regarding requests for flexible work arrangements. Presently, the Fair Work Act 2009 (Cth) does not allow an employee to...Read More

Will a demotion amount to a dismissal?

September 6, 2022

The case of NSW Trains v Todd James involved allegations of misconduct against Mr James, a manager at NSW Trains. NSW Trains had taken disciplinary action against Mr James under their Enterprise Agreement by reducing his grade and pay whilst still retaining his...Read More