Termination (657 items)



Webcast: A (practical) dismissal checklist

Employers that don't tick all the right boxes prior to dismissing someone are more likely to face an unfair dismissal, adverse action or other claim, says Hicksons partner Brad Swebeck. HR Daily Premium presentation, he covers the factors to consider in relation to:

  • the nature of your business;
  • the circumstances of the proposed dismissal;
  • policies, procedures and contractual issues;
  • disciplinary, misconduct and performance-related dismissals;
  • dismissal of injured workers;
  • redundancies;
  • remedies; and
  • jurisdictional frameworks.
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Q&A: Adverse action - Know your risks

Could you face an adverse action claim for sacking someone for "poor cultural fit"? Can an employee claim adverse action after being made redundant? What adverse action risks arise during the recruitment process? Kemp Strang employment lawyers Lisa Berton and Nick Noonan answered these questions and more in our recent webinar. » more »



Webcast: Performance management in the Fair Work era

Poor performers are an unfortunate reality for many workplaces, so employers need a process that mitigates their legal risks when managing employees "up or out". In this webcast, employment lawyer Natalie Spark outlines:

  • How to minimise the legal risks associated with performance management (including adverse action, unfair dismissal, bullying and stress claims);
  • Options for managing poor performance - and how to decide which to take;
  • Lessons learned from successful claims against employers; and
  • Case studies of performance management-related claims.
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457-visa dismissals could be deemed harsh by FWA

Summary dismissal of a 457-visa holder could be deemed harsh by Fair Work Australia - even if the reason for dismissal is valid - if it forces the worker to leave the country under difficult circumstances, warns specialist corporate immigration lawyer Katie Malyon. » more »