Termination Entitlements With the exception of an employee whose employment is genuinely terminated as a consequence of serious misconduct, an employee should receive the following entitlements in their final pay:

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Performance management is a complicated area of employment that can be challenging for an employer, distressing for an employee and can give rise to potential claims by an employee. A

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WorkCover injury threshold reversed In October 2013 the Newman Government legislated radical changes to the workers compensation scheme in Qld. Most notably, the Workers Compensation and Rehabilitation and Other Legislation

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JOINT OWNERSHIP IN PROPERTY When there are two or more Buyers purchasing a property, they will need to consider how they will jointly hold the property. After settlement occurs and

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On 1st December 2014, Queensland’s Property Agents and Motor Dealers Act (PAMDA) will be replaced by four legislative instruments. Of particular note to Real estate agents is the introduction of

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The Property Occupations Bill 2013 will come into effect in late 2014 and it’s important to understand the implications of this Bill on the Queensland Property industry. The Property Agents

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After many decades of being part of the landscape in Buderim we found that we had outgrown our premises. As of 30 June 2014 we are now located at 3/20

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On 15 October 2013 the Qld Government proposed radical amendments to the current Qld workers compensation scheme that were strongly opposed by the Qld Law Society, trade unions, plaintiff and

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In 2006, Brodie Panlock, a 19 year old waitress in Victoria tragically took her own life. Later investigation revealed that while at work and afterhours, Brodie was continually bullied by

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A Statutory Demand is a written demand for payment served by a creditor on a company when the company owes money to the creditor according to the Corporations Act 2001.

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