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workplace injury insurance in Australia
Foreword In 2013 in Australia, Mr. E suffered from spinal cord compression due to a cervical herniated disc. As a result, he had to undergo cervical spine surgery. Prior to the incident, between 2012 to 2019 he had worked as a plasterer and a carpenter. Mr. E believed that his previous job interfered with the...
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unfair dismissal lawyers,workplace lawyers and employment lawyers in glen waverley, Melbourne.
Foreword At the beginning of last year, a female Chinese international student was assaulted after negotiating her wage. This malicious attack that took place in FunTea Adelaide spread went viral on the internet, attracting much public attention. According to statistics, in Australia, It is not uncommon to see that Asians and international students being underpaid....
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In case of online fraud or receiving products purchased online that do not match the description, how to recover the money already paid? Due to the pandemic and recent lockdowns, online shopping has rapidly become an essential part of our daily life. However, with the development of technology and the increasing popularity of online shopping,...
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From time to time, there are employers who are sued by the Fair Work Ombudsman Australia (FWO) for paying their employees less than the legal minimum wage. In this article, we will discuss the legal consequences of the failure to back-pay employees. 01 Example 1 – Joys Child Care On 19 August 2020, the FWO...
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We often get questions from clients about what they need to pay attention to when buying a house in Melbourne and the relevant procedures involved in the process. In this article, we will introduce the process of a residential property purchase and the things buyers must be aware of, through an example of our client....
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Franchising Law Reforms in Australia Recently, some of our clients who are franchisees have consulted us about what do they have to beware of when running a franchise. In fact, the laws and regulations on franchising in Australia have been maturely developed, and the relevant affairs are mainly governed by the Franchising Code of Conduct....
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commerical landlord hardship fund victoria application
New Release Eligible small commercial landlords can apply for a grant of up to $6.000 per eligible tenant. For landlords who are experiencing acute hardship because of the rent waiver agreed with their tenant(s), the grant may be increased to a maximum of $10,000 per eligible tenancy.   The link to apply can be found...
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Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal  VCAT  Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal In Australia, very strict procedures must be followed in court proceedings. The parties generally need to hire lawyers to prepare documents that meet the court requirements, assist in gathering evidence, and represent them in the court. The entire court process is often time-consuming and...
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Administrative Appeals Tribunal (AAT) The Administrative Appeals Tribunal (AAT) can review decisions made by Australian government departments and other agencies. The AAT is independent of any parties involved in the proceedings or the government agency who makes the original decision. The Tribunal’s review process is not as formal as a court setting. It is much...
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Can employers stand down employees during a lockdown? The recent Covid-19 outbreak in Melbourne has placed Victoria back into lockdown again. Similar to the previous lockdowns, employees who can work from home must work from home. However, what about employees who cannot work from home? Can employers stand their employees down during lockdown? This week...
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