04 May 2018
Employment law is a fast-moving area with significant developments occurring throughout the world every year. The Labour and Employment Disputes Review keeps employers and their advisers up to speed by covering the changes that have occurred in 19 jurisdictions globally. Corrs Chambers Westgarth has contributed the Australia chapter.
In their Australia chapter, John Tuck and Anthony Forsyth focus on the most common types of individual employment claims in the Australian context including the latest case law in the following areas:
You can access a copy of The Labour and Employment Disputes Review Edition 1: Australia Chapter here, or click the ‘DOWNLOAD PDF’ button.
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