On 15 September 2017 the Fair Work Amendment (Protecting Vulnerable Workers) Act 2017 took effect. It makes important changes to the Fair Work Act 2009. These changes potentially affect all businesses but in particular those in franchising or licensing or distribution.
Congratulations to our CFO, Magdalena Kosior-Molloy who has been selected as a finalist for the CFO of the Year award in the 2017 Executive of the Year awards.
The Fair Work Commission has this week handed down its decisions in relation to two major claims sought by the unions: the Casual and Part-time Employment Case and the Family & Domestic Violence Leave Clause. Both decisions will have a significant impact for employers with award-covered employees so it is essential that you are aware of them.
Earlier this week the Fair Work Commission handed down its annual wage review decision increasing the minimum wage for award-reliant employees by 3.3%.
Greg Malakou, Holman Webb CEO, speaks to Business First magazine about how innovation not only gives Holman Webb a competitive advantage in the market but is also fundamental to the firm’s growth strategy.
We are delighted to announce that 7 of our firm’s senior team members have been selected in the Tenth edition of Best Lawyers - Australia.
On 23 February 2017 the Full Bench of the Fair Work Commission announced the reduction of a number of penalties in respect to work on Sundays and/or public holidays in modern awards, effective from 1 July, which will be phased in over at least two annual instalments.
We are delighted to announce the September 2016 edition of the Holman Webb Health Law Bulletin is now published.
Holman Webb is delighted to announce 9 internal promotions across our Sydney and Melbourne office, effective 1 July 2016. These promotions span across the workplace relations, insurance, property, commercial recovery and insolvency and ctp practices.