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Matthew Waring

Managing Director at Waring LEGAL

Member Since June 2013

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Waring Legal and Waring Employment Advisors were both launched in 2012 as a professional and affordable option for individuals and companies seeking legal advice and industrial relations advice throughout Australia. Waring Legal and Waring Employment Advisors are a competitive alternative to large, impersonal law firms.

Waring Legal and Waring Employment Advisors seeks to provide our clients with Professional and timely service as well as personal attention at reasonable prices.

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LEGAL UPDATE: Reinstatement in unfair dismissal cases

REINSTATEMENT TO EMPLOYMENT ONLY AVAILABLE IN CERTAIN CIRCUMSTANCES A small business’s failure to participate in unfair dismissal proceedings meant it would have been "foolhardy and inappropriate" ...

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Human resources

Legal update: Adverse action and bankruptcy claims in employment

ADVERSE ACTION CLAIMS   Workplace Health and Safety Protection Stressing the importance of workplace health and safety protections, the Federal Court has imposed heavy fines on cardboard giant Vis...

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Employment law

IMPORTANT WORKPLACE LAW PRECEDENT & MORE

IMPLIED TERM OF MUTUAL TRUST AND CONFIDENCE The recent Federal Court decision of Commonwealth Bank of Australia (CBA) v Barker [2013] sets an important new precedent for employment law. For the first...

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Managing employees

MUA INDUSTRIAL ACTION AT PATRICKS, GOLF COURSE SEXUAL HARASSMENT & WHAT TO CONSIDER IN UNFAIR DISMISSAL HEARINGS

MUA MEMBERS AT PATRICK'S TOLD TO CEASE THEIR INDUSTRIAL CAMPAIGN Fair Work Commission Vice President Graeme Watson has ordered the MUA to cease its "covert" campaign against automation at Patrick's P...

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Human resources

457 CRACKDOWN, A NON-UNION DEAL AND A PROMISCUOUS EMPLOYEE

IS A S.457 CRACKDOWN NEEDED? The answer is “No” according to Independent MP Rob Oakeshott. He has told Parliament he will vote against the federal government's legislation raising the bar for emp...

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Legal

FAIR WORK COMMISSION’S MINIMUM WAGE DECISION & CBA WINS MONEY BACK

FAIR WORK COMMISSION’S MINIMUM WAGE DECISION The Fair Work Commission's minimum wage panel has decided to increase all award rates of pay by 2.6% in its 2013 annual wage review ruling. The decisio...

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Human resources

LEGAL UPDATE: Reinstatement in unfair dismissal cases

REINSTATEMENT TO EMPLOYMENT ONLY AVAILABLE IN CERTAIN CIRCUMSTANCES A small business’s failure to participate in unfair dismissal proceedings meant it would have been "foolhardy and inappropriate" ...

Read more
Human resources

Legal update: Adverse action and bankruptcy claims in employment

ADVERSE ACTION CLAIMS   Workplace Health and Safety Protection Stressing the importance of workplace health and safety protections, the Federal Court has imposed heavy fines on cardboard giant Vis...

Read more
Employment law

IMPORTANT WORKPLACE LAW PRECEDENT & MORE

IMPLIED TERM OF MUTUAL TRUST AND CONFIDENCE The recent Federal Court decision of Commonwealth Bank of Australia (CBA) v Barker [2013] sets an important new precedent for employment law. For the first...

Read more
Managing employees

MUA INDUSTRIAL ACTION AT PATRICKS, GOLF COURSE SEXUAL HARASSMENT & WHAT TO CONSIDER IN UNFAIR DISMISSAL HEARINGS

MUA MEMBERS AT PATRICK'S TOLD TO CEASE THEIR INDUSTRIAL CAMPAIGN Fair Work Commission Vice President Graeme Watson has ordered the MUA to cease its "covert" campaign against automation at Patrick's P...

Read more
Human resources

457 CRACKDOWN, A NON-UNION DEAL AND A PROMISCUOUS EMPLOYEE

IS A S.457 CRACKDOWN NEEDED? The answer is “No” according to Independent MP Rob Oakeshott. He has told Parliament he will vote against the federal government's legislation raising the bar for emp...

Read more
Legal

FAIR WORK COMMISSION’S MINIMUM WAGE DECISION & CBA WINS MONEY BACK

FAIR WORK COMMISSION’S MINIMUM WAGE DECISION The Fair Work Commission's minimum wage panel has decided to increase all award rates of pay by 2.6% in its 2013 annual wage review ruling. The decisio...

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