Union Rights of Entry: What Employers Need to Know

It is important for employers to be familiar with the provisions in the Fair Work Act surrounding right of entry for union representatives. Representatives with an entry permit can enter an employer’s premises in order to meet with employees who are, or could be members of the union, to hold discussions during “breaks”, or to investigate a suspected contravention of an award or enterprise agreement.

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Cyberbullying: An Employer’s Response Spot On

In a recent Queensland District Court decision, Robinson v Lorna Jane (Judge Koppenol, 3 November 2017), Ms Robinson made a common law claim for psychological and physical injuries, which she claimed arose from her employment between July and December 2012 as the manager of a Lorna Jane store.

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