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Protected: Moving Day: Three top tips that make the transition to WFH smoother

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Blurred Lines: Social Media in our Lives & Work

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The way we perform work and live our lives has evolved with the introduction of new technology. Social media is a powerful tool, allowing individuals and organisations to interact with the community and share information in real time. However, social media is also fraught with a number of unique risks.   Of the 7.6 billion…

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Child Protection – Important Changes to the NSW Reportable Conduct Scheme

A new Reportable Conduct Scheme (the Scheme) for child protection will apply in NSW from 1 March 2020 following the transfer of the Scheme from the NSW Ombudsman to the Office of the Children’s Guardian (OCG) under the new Children’s Guardian Act 2019 (NSW) (the Act). The Scheme oversights how organisations investigate and report on allegations…

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How well do you know the National Employment Standards?

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We advised members at the end of last year that the Fair Work Ombudsman has released an updated Fair Work Information Statement. The statement, which details important information about pay and minimum employment entitlements contained in the National Employment Standards (NES) must be given to all new employees. The NES are the ten legislated minimum…

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