How to Use ‘Non-Compete’ Clauses

Considering a non-compete clause for your business? It can be a smart move to protect against former employees competing with your company. Yet, it is essential to understand that not all non-compete...

Pay Secrecy Laws: Fair Work’s newest ruling

The Fair Work Commission issued a ruling addressing how new enterprise agreements will be affected by pay secrecy provisions. This ruling demonstrates the wider practical reach of the new provisions b...

Employment records: What employers need to know 

Maintaining accurate employment records helps you protect and manage your business. It helps you keep track of employee details, identify problems and keep your business running efficiently. Employers...
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Company Law: What is an ESOP?

In a COVID-normal era, employees are seeking greater flexibility and benefits from their workplace. Implementing an Employee Share Option Plan (ESOP) can be an effective way to keep employees engaged...

What are the new Victorian wage theft laws?

Employees are a crucial part of the structure and function of most businesses. Accordingly, businesses should ensure they are aware of any changes in employment law so that they can meet their legal o...

What are the changes to casual employment law?

Casual employment plays a significant role in any business, as it provides flexible options for workplaces and employees. New amendments to the Fair Work Act 2009 which came into effect on 27 March 20...