Bankwest Enterprise Agreement 2019

Kumar v. the Consulate General of India, Sydney (No. 2) [2019] FCCA 400 INDUSTRIAL LAW – Fair Work – Sub-payments – Question settled in the main judgment as being between the parties – Question that was not resolved or rejected by the respondent – Variation of orders in the main judgment. Fair Work Act 2009 (Cth), s.570 Moffet v Dental Corporation Pty Ltd [2019] FCA 344 INDUSTRIAL LAW – if the respondent misrepresented the employment as an independent contractual agreement – if the respondent did not make payments for the instalments – regardless of whether the respondent did not make a payment for accumulated long-term leave – if the applicant is an independent common law worker or contractor – takes into account general principles in determining whether a person is an independent worker or contractor – whether the applicant is a “worker” For the purposes of the Long Service Leave Act 1955 (NSW), the companies are collective agreements concluded at the enterprise level between employers and workers on the conditions of employment. The Fair Labour Commission can provide information on the process of drafting enterprise agreements, evaluate and approve agreements. We can also deal with disputes over the terms of the agreements. End of pay theft: elimination of underpayment in the Australian workplace Edward Cavanough, Lachlan Blain; The McKell Institute: March 26, 2019. This report describes how the governments of the federal states and the Netherlands can do more to eliminate underpayment of wages in Australia. more…

Maersk Crewing Australia Pty Ltd/Construction, Forestry, Maritime, Mining and Energy Union [2020] FCA 595 INDUSTRIAL LAW – Request to quash the original application submitted by the defendant to determine whether the proceedings are an abuse of process – when the enterprise agreement defines the terms of the disputes – when dispute resolution procedures are referred to the Fair Work Commission for Arbitration – when the applicant has attempted to challenge FwC`s full appeal – if the authorization is denied – if Full Bench has made a final decision on jurisdictional issues. Fair Work Act 2009 (Cth) ss 186, 587, 595, 604, 607, 738, 739; Bundesgerichtsordnung 2011 (Cth) r 13.01 ACCC, ASIC engages with the “exploitive” franchising sector The consumer protection authority should be given new powers to monitor the franchising industry, according to a parliamentary inquiry that also asked the corporate regulator to take a closer look at the scandal-risk sector (15 March 2019).

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