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Australia: Top 10 Trends in Employment and Industrial Relations – 2018

Just in time for your holiday reading, we’ve compiled our Top 10 Trends in employment and industrial relations in Australia for 2018. Click here to review our selection. We’d love to hear your thoughts if you have any comments.

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Australia: Labour Hire Licensing in Victoria – Consultation on draft regulations

On 7 August 2018, the Victorian Government opened a period of public consultation for the exposure draft Regulations under the Labour Hire Licensing Act 2018 (Vic). Submissions are due by close of business on 5 September 2018. A brief summary … Continue reading

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Australia: The latest in labour hire licensing laws

We have compiled a quick update regarding the progress of labour hire licensing laws: Victoria The Labour Hire Licensing Bill 2017 (Vic) (Bill) was debated in Victoria’s upper house on Friday (see Hansard here). Some clauses of the Bill were agreed … Continue reading

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Australia: Employment Taxes Update – April 2018

Our colleagues at Greenwoods + Herbert Smith Freehills have published their April update on Employment Taxes. Click here to discover more.

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Australia: Uncertain times – Labour hire licensing in Queensland

The Labour Hire Licensing Act 2017 (Qld) (Act), which was passed on 7 September 2017, has been proclaimed to commence on 16 April 2018. This means labour hire providers as defined by the Act will have 60 days from that … Continue reading

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