Aug 14 disciplinary action

Hall Payne Wins Unfair Dismissal protection for Tasmanian Government casuals

Posted by at August 14, 2017 | Latest News, Employment, Industrial Relations, Featured | No Comments

After 6 years of dedicated service, Ms Assiri, a nurse and a single mum, who was also caring for her elderly mother was given devastating news – she would not…

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Aug 6 Joseph Kennedy

Hall Payne Appoints Joseph Kennedy Principal

Posted by at August 6, 2017 | Latest News, Featured | No Comments

Hall Payne is delighted to announce the appointment of Joseph Kennedy as a Principal of Hall Payne Lawyers. Over the past decade, Joe has become known as one of Sydney’s…

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Jul 18 disciplinary action

Default “one size fits all” approach to disciplinary action doesn’t work

Posted by at July 18, 2017 | Latest News, Employment, Industrial Relations, Disciplinary Proceedings, Featured | No Comments

After 16 years of impeccable service, a captain’s work life came to a dramatic end after making a mistake due to poor judgement caused by anxiety. His mistake resulted in…

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Jul 13

Federal Court clarifies the meaning of “organising” in respect of industrial action

Posted by at July 13, 2017 | Latest News, Employment, Industrial Relations, Featured | No Comments

Until recently the word ‘organising’ in an industrial relations context has been widely used but not defined. In a recent decision from the Federal Court of Australia, Justice White said…

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Jul 5 NT Teacher

After facing deregistration, Hall Payne helps NT teacher keep his job

Posted by at July 5, 2017 | Latest News, Featured | No Comments

An NT teacher faced deregistration after an inquiry into his private life. Hall Payne successfully defended the matter, helping the teacher keep his job.

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