Lights off tea room interludes justifies summary dismissal
A recent industrial decision makes clear that employees who deliberately don’t work for extended periods and claim wages may be summarily dismissed. It also provides guidance about who can be dismissed when employees collectively engage in misconduct but to varying degrees of culpability.
Lessons for COVID-19 – Part 6: Strategies to influence behaviour during a pandemic
This article is Part 6 in a 7-part series applying behavioural insights to drive behaviour change in response to the COVID-19 pandemic and reminds of an important consideration for making decisions for your short and long term futures.
Full Federal Court allows casuals to double dip!
Employers who regularly engage casual employees have been eagerly awaiting the outcome of a case WorkPac v Rossato being heard in the Full Federal Court. The decision, which determined that a casual employee was entitled to be paid annual leave when in receipt of a casual loading, may have long lasting implications on the way employers engage casual employees.
6 habits of resilience
Our GROWTH Habits Model is a tool to help people understand how they respond to their environment, and to recognise healthier responses to challenging circumstances with a growth-mindset. This enables us not only to bounce back up, but to bounce forward and grow from adversity