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Motel sex injury not deemed work related

Thursday 31 October, 2013

The High Court of Australia has overturned a ruling where an employee, who was injured while having sex in a motel she was staying in during a work trip, received compensation. Read more.

Pregnant employee's redundancy not unlawful

Thursday 24 October, 2013 | By: CCIQ Employer Assistance Line

The Federal Circuit Court (FCC) has upheld Scanlan &Theodore Pty Ltd‘s decision to make a pregnant merchandising assistant redundant, accepting the company’s argument that a downturn in business and a ‘diabolical’ sales season were behind the decision to terminate. Read more.

Pregnant employee's redundancy not unlawful

Thursday 24 October, 2013 | By: Default Admin

The Federal Circuit Court (FCC) has upheld Scanlan &Theodore Pty Ltd‘s decision to make a pregnant merchandising assistant redundant, accepting the company’s argument that a downturn in business and a ‘diabolical’ sales season were behind the decision to terminate. Read more.

Top Time Management Practices

Friday 18 October, 2013 | By: Yale Morgan - Bundaberg Chamber of Commerce President and Better Business Wide Bay General Manager

5 Ways To Manage Your Time Better  Read more.

Member and Local Chamber News October 17

Thursday 17 October, 2013 | By: Default Admin

This week, a former chamber president receives a life membership, we recap on the Get Ready Week webinar and report back on the industry focus groups on our roadshow program. Read more.