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Employment Law2018-08-20T08:46:31+11:00

Employees terminated due to the “ordinary and customary turnover of labour” – Do employers need to make redundancy payments when they lose key contracts?

In the recent decision of Fair Work Ombudsman v Spotless Services Australia Ltd [2019] FCA 9, the Federal Court found that three employees terminated after Spotless lost a key contract with Perth International Airport were owed redundancy pay, despite Spotless asserting that an exception applied.General principles [...]

February 18th, 2019|Employment Law|

Employer ordered to disgorge the total capital value of its business as a result of employees’ breach of duties they owed to their former employer

Employees owe certain duties to their employer known as fiduciary duties. These are, put broadly, the duty of loyalty and the duty not to profit. One who knowingly assists another to breach their fiduciary duties may also be held to account for gains made as [...]

December 5th, 2018|Employment Law, Litigation|