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Employment Law2018-08-20T08:46:31+10:00

Gym Operators Hiring Personal Trainers – Make Sure You Consider the Options and Understand the Legal Consequences of Getting it Wrong

Gym operators hiring personal trainers –make sure you consider the options and understand the legal consequences of getting it wrongCommercial gyms may engage personal trainers to work with their clientele and add value to the overall membership experience. Gym operators need to consider their approach to [...]

August 14th, 2019|Commercial, Employment Law|

Time is running out for labour hire providers to apply for a licence – Victorian Labour Hire Authority to manage new licensing regime

Following the introduction of the Labour Hire Licensing Act 2018 (“Act”) providers and hosts in the Victorian labour hire industry will be subjected to greater scrutiny and regulation, beginning with the requirement to obtain a licence on or before 29 October 2019. Under the threat [...]

July 4th, 2019|Employment Law|

Business Employment Starter Pack

Pointon Partners is pleased to announce that we have a package to help new or established businesses that do not have their employment arrangements documented. The package for $2,000 exclusive of GST includes: A comprehensive employment contract for full time employees; Dismissal handbook which guides [...]

June 6th, 2019|Employment Law|

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|