The next few months will see almost 100 new and updated section annotations added to the Fair Work Act. New authors Mark Rinaldi (Barrister, Victoria, Tasmania and Western Australia), Rohan Millar (Barrister, Victoria) and Victoria Lambropoulos (Barrister, Victoria; Lecturer, Deakin University) have joined the author team for National Workplace Relations and have just delivered detailed annotations covering all the latest cases and legislative developments.
Want to know what’s so great about National Workplace Relations? It brings together the laws regulating workplace relations from around the nation and then explains and clarifies how these laws actually work in practice. If you want to know the DOs and DON’Ts in relation to employee and employer rights and obligations, keep reading!
Thomson Reuters and the Workplace team have combined two of their complementary communities to bring you all the Workplace and HR information you require in one helpful place. By joining Workplace and HR Insights together to create the one site, we have opened up access to a broader range of Industrial Relations, HR, OHS, Employment ...more
Recently, Workplace Review invited readers to guess who the September interview would be with, based on the following clues:
“… a member of the NSW judiciary who previously worked with former Soviet Premier Mikhail Gorbachev. This judge has closely considered the question of implied duties in the contract of employment.”
And as our subscribers now know, it was Justice Stephen Rothman.
The December issue of Workplace Review features an interview with one of Australia’s leading industrial law academics. He was fortunate to study under Paul Davies and Mark Freidland while at Oxford University, where Industrial Law was taught as a political subject and not just a body of rules. Who do you think that might be?
Each issue, Thomson Reuter’s newest Australian quarterly publication, Workplace Review, include a feature interview. President of Fair Work Australia, Justice Geoffrey Giudice, appeared in our first issue in June. Find out a little bit more about the man who heads up our key workplace relations tribunal.