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This issue of Christian Media & Arts Law Notes looks at what employers can do if they feel employees are abusing leave entitlements, and a recent Federal Court decision means media organisations need to be more diligent with their Standard Form Contracts. 

Employee September Law Notes - AbsenteeAbsenteeism – When absence does not make the heart grow fonder

Abuse of leave entitlements by employees can lead to significant loss of money and productive working hours for a business. On what grounds can an employer terminate an employee within the provisions of the Fair Work Act 2009?
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September Law Notes - ContractsStandard Form Contracts – a question of fairness

The Federal Court of Australia has recently ordered Multimedia International Services Pty Ltd to pay penalties of $230,000 for breaches of the Australian Consumer Law. This decision offers several important lessons for media organisations both in relation to your contracts and those imposed on you by others.
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