By Timothy Agius (Lawyer) The Victorian Government has recently announced its intention to introduce mandatory vaccination requirements for all authorised providers and authorised workers who are not working from home.
By Sagorika Platel (Associate) State and Federal Governments have made it quite clear that except for a select few sectors, such as childcare and residential aged care, it will not
By Luisa Gonzaga (Partner) and Caitlin Dagher (Law Student) On 16 July 2020, the Fair Work Commission (FWC) dismissed an application made by a cleaner employed by Melbourne Health (Applicant)
Luisa Gonzaga (Partner) and Emma Bannister (Law Student) On 28 July 2020, the Occupational Health and Safety (COVID 19 Incident Notification) Regulations 2020 (VIC) (Regulations) came into effect. The enactment
This article provides a summary of a number of cases that deal with stand down, including entitlements during a stand down period. By Luisa Gonzaga (Partner) and Alexandra Gonos (Employer