sponsored article from Emil Ford Lawyers
This issue of Christian Media & Arts Law Notes covers some great employment tips on what to avoid when hiring new employees, and whether it is reasonable to ask employees to attend a medical.
Dismissal for failure to attend a medical examination
A recent decision of the Fair Work Commission has provided some questions for not-for-profit organisations to ask themselves in determining whether a direction to attend a medical examination is reasonable.
In this article, we discuss two cases where employers found themselves paying hefty damages to employees due to misrepresentations they made to potential employees. If an employer misrepresents future prospects of the company during the course of pre-contractual negotiations, it could be found liable for misleading and deceptive conduct under the Australian Consumer Law.