The Morrison government will conduct a review of the nation's workplace relations laws, and casual employees and unfair dismissals are in its sights. Unfair dismissal laws could be overhauled as the Morrison government sharpens its focus on Australia's workplace rules.
Industrial Relations Minister Christian Porter plans to stage a six to nine month review into the laws, together with the definition of casual employment, a hot-button issue dividing bosses and unions. He said the industrial umpire received as many as 15,000 unfair dismissal cases a year, vastly outnumbering […]
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