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How do I know whether my employer’s decision to make my position redundant is lawful or genuine redundancy?
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WorkPac v Skene [2018]- Am I still a casual employee if I work full-time hours?

Whether you will be classified as a casual employee will be determined by assessing the true nature of your employment relationship.

 

left a well-paying job for a new role, but am now being made redundant
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I have left a well-paying job for a new role, but am now being made redundant. Do I have any legal recourse?

Even when a redundancy can be proved to be genuine, there may still be legal recourse in circumstances where your employer engaged in misleading and deceptive conduct.

I’ve just put in a workers compensation claim and have been fired – what are my rights?
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I’ve just put in a workers compensation claim and have been fired – what are my rights?

It is unlawful for an employer to dismiss an employee because the employee has made a claim for workers compensation. Read on for more information.

User Guide to the Fair Work Act

This is your best guide to the complex Fair Work Act. It makes navigating the act easy.

Accessing the Law

Lots of laws apply to you

Multiple laws will apply to your individual case.

Fair Work Act 2009 - protection and compensation

Find out how this Act influences your case.

Dealing with misleading conduct by your employer

The Competition and Consumer Act 2010 limits the way employers can conduct themselves.

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