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There have been a number of recent developments in employment law including increases to award pay rates and statutory superannuation, changes regarding casual workers, and the Government’s release of recommendations to tackle sexual harassment in the workplace. In addition to the continued impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on Australian businesses, wage theft laws have also... Read more » Register
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