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In partnership with Crown Melbourne, the Victorian Chamber is hitting the road to help regional businesses bounce back from COVID-19 and open the doors to big partnerships.
23 July 2021
The State Government has announced further financial support for Victorian businesses in response to Lockdown Five, now totalling $484.3 million in support for businesses and workers.
21 July 2021
23 Jul 2021
21 Jul 2021
When a truck driver was sacked after returning a positive blood alcohol reading during a shift, he argued that something other than alcohol had caused the reading.
15 July 2021
health safety and wellbeing
The definition of 'serious misconduct' has been amended as part of the Fair Work Amendment (Respect at Work) Regulations 2021, to now include sexual harassment.
12 July 2021
An employees’ behaviour has been labelled “foolish, naïve and ill-judged” after recommending a competing business to a Facebook Group. But is it grounds for dismissal?
05 July 2021
Prime Minister Scott Morrison has announced a $11 million support package to help facilitate mandatory COVID-19 vaccinations for all residential aged care workers.
02 July 2021
A bowling alley technician's unfair dismissal claim has been accepted by the Fair Work Commission as his employment was ended when the roster had been altered.
01 July 2021
The Federal Government has announced an expansion of Australia’s Priority Migration Skilled Occupations List (PMSOL) following a collective advocacy campaign from the business community.
29 June 2021
While wage theft laws in Victoria are only now coming into force under the Wage Theft Act 2020 (Vic) (the “Act”), underpayment of wages cases are not new.
25 June 2021
The Fair Work Commission (“Commission”) has upheld the dismissal of a finance broker who posted a meme about a colleague despite initially seeking and obtaining permission.
22 June 2021
The Fair Work Commission has found that a training business failed to offer a redundant employee suitable redeployment, rendering the redundancy unfair.
17 June 2021
The State Government has today announced a further easing of restrictions for Metropolitan and Regional Victoria from 11.59pm Thursday 17 June in a boost for struggling businesses affected by Lockdown 4.0.
16 June 2021
Managing workers’ compensation can be a challenging task, for both experienced practitioners and newcomers alike, which is why so many businesses turn to the Victorian Chamber for support.
10 June 2021
The State Government has today announced Metropolitan Victoria’s lockdown will end from 11.59pm Thursday 10 June with a further easing of restrictions in Regional Victoria.
09 June 2021
A Victorian Chamber member survey has revealed that the majority of respondents think that the third round of the Victorian Government’s Business Support Fund package is inadequate.
08 June 2021
A Bank Manager who was dismissed for transferring $37,500 to a fraudster’s account in the frantic early days of the COVID-19 pandemic has been reinstated by the Fair Work Commission.
07 June 2021
The Fair Work Commission has ordered a food delivery driver to be reinstated and to receive lost earnings following his unfair dismissal, determining the worker is an employee – not a contractor.
Many proactive Victorian businesses are contacting the Victorian Chamber’s Health, Safety, Wellbeing team for help building mentally healthy workplaces. One questionably inevitably arises.
04 June 2021
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