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Stress advice that builds on what came before

In occupational health and safety (OHS), as in most things, it is possible to learn more from what is not said than what is said. Recently WorkSafe Victoria released a guidebook for employers on “ 1,702 more words


Fiduciary duty to sue?

Your corporation has a contract with a third party, and the third party fails to perform under that contract, causing your corporation monetary damage.  Does your company have the… 166 more words


Workplace Bullying needs a broad and integrated approach

Recently, through LinkedIn, a Human Resources (HR) professional wrote an article that busted some myths about workplace bullying.  It is a useful article but also illustrates that HR and occupational health and safety (OHS) still have some way to go before providing a coordinated approach to workplace bullying and the mental health issues that contribute to the psychosocial hazard. 687 more words


Asbestos is no joke.

So you’ve bought or leased your premises and things are going well, the property is a bit dated and run down but well worth what you paid for it and nothing a little refurbishment won’t fix. 384 more words

UK Law

Gerry Ayers on International Workers Memorial Day

On the evening of 28 April 2016, (Australian time), Professor Mike Behm of North Carolina, Ciaran McAleenan in Ireland and others coordinated an online discussion about the importance of International Workers Memorial Day (IWMD).  575 more words


Why do I need a legal team?

Most business is carried on through legally binding contracts between suppliers and clients or customers. Every contract entered into carries an element of risk, often if not always, in the language of the agreement. 379 more words

Commercial Law

Enterprise liability in China

A qualified hospital advertises on an internet site, leading someone to get care at that hospital.  He dies.  There are complaints about the efficacy of the care provided.  79 more words