Category - Employment Contracts & Agreements
If an employer offers you a redundancy it pays to know your legal entitlements, writes TGB’s Ben Smith.
Redundancy occurs when an employer no longer requires the job done by the employee to be done by anyone and makes that job redundant.
There can be numerous reasons why this might happen. For example, the business...
The Fair Work Amendment Act 2012 received Royal Assent on 4 December 2012 and took effect as at 1 January 2013, writes TGB's Belal Moraby.
TGB managing partner Morry Bailes talks to the media about legal risks for the AFL and the draft if star player Kurt Tippett was to be deregistered.
25/10/12: Watch the 9 News story here
TGB is South Australia’s largest plaintiff law firm.
Employees and contractors can access the Fair Work Commission (FWC) for a variety of reasons.
The FWC is the national workplace relations tribunal. It is independent and has the power to deal with minimum wages, enterprise bargaining, industrial action, actions affecting employment and termination of employment and other workplace...
Amid turbulent times for Australia’s aviation industry there is some good news.
3/11/11: ABC News radio
4/11/11: The Advertiser/AdelaideNow
4/11/11: Lawyers Weekly
Most of Adelaide’s axed Tiger Airways employees have finally received their full entitlements, three months after being made redundant.
A group sought...