Ramsey v The Trustees for the Roman Catholic Church for the Diocese of Parramatta
GMH Legal has recently succeeded in a significant unfair dismissal case heard before the Fair Work Commission. The Applicant, Mr Michael Ramsey, was an IT manager for CatholicCare in the Roman Catholic Diocese of Parramatta. Mr Ramsey had been a full-time IT manager at CatholicCare since July 2010. During th...
Legal Duties & Responsibilities of an Employer
Under NSW law, the Duties of an Employer (provided a contract of employment is established) includes the provision of workers’ entitlements under various laws and awards (both state and federal), and compliance with taxation/superannuation laws. To comply with these duties (and avoid running ...
Changing A SMSF Trustee to a Corporate Trustee
Benefits of a Corporate Trustee 1. Changing Members If an SMSF is set up with a corporate trustee structure you can add a member (e.g. a spouse or child) or remove a member (e.g. if a member dies or can no longer act as trustee) with much less hassle than an individual trustee structure. If there is a ch...
Our Legal Fees & Services
At GMH Legal we believe that client relationships matter more than time sheets which is why we offer a range of alternative fee arrangements to best suit your needs. Our focus is on client service and establishing mutually rewarding relationships with our clients. We think that billing by the hour does not ...
The Full Bench of Fair Work Australia (FWA) has upheld the reinstatement of an employee who was terminated for posting offensive comments about his managers on Facebook. The employee was dismissed after he posted comments on Facebook about two of his managers that were 'offensive, derogatory and discriminatory, ...
The Commonwealth Government has introduced new gender reporting requirements.
The Senate has passed the Government’s workplace gender equality legislation, the Equal Opportunity for Women in the Workplace Amendment Bill 2001 (Cth). The Bill establishes a new reporting framework for employers and changes the name of the Equal Opportunity for Women in the Workplace Act 1999 (Cth) (EOWW Act...
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