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Published on 22 March 2016: The Labour Party and a number of unions appear determined to focus public attention on insecure work and worker exploitation this election.
Published on 21 March 2016: Lodged a total or permanent disability (TPD) claim with your superannuation? You might be entitled to interest if they are slow in deciding your claim.
Published on 18 March 2016: If you have been seriously injured, you have 6 years from the date of injury to claim for injury compensation under Common Law. But legal tests apply.
Published on 11 March 2016: How do WorkCover laws apply when an injury was not caused by any failing on the part of an employer?
Published on 11 March 2016: Jobwatch, the Victorian information service that offers free legal help to disadvantaged workers on employment matters, will soon extend its hours.
Published on 10 March 2016: Being injured at work is stressful and there is the added stress of being off work! It is widely accepted that a swift return to work can aid in a faster recovery.
Published on 07 March 2016: Being off work injured is emotionally and financially stressful so it is important that you receive the correct financial entitlements to help relieve this.
Published on 03 March 2016: On the final day of the Royal Commission, Cardinal Pell was cross-examined by lawyers acting for abuse survivors and questioned about his seemingly selective recollections of events from the early 1970s onwards.
Published on 02 March 2016: Today Cardinal Pell continued to give evidence to the Royal Commission. Counsel Assisting, Gail Furness SC, commenced questioning about allegations of sexual misconduct concering Father Searson.
Published on 01 March 2016: As Pell today dodged responsibility, Commissioner McClellan made it clear; if the Commission forms the view that Pell knew about Ridsdale’s offending, he too would be culpable.
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