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We wrote in 2013 about a Federal Court case which by majority found an implied term of mutual trust and confidence in an employment contract. The case involved the redundancy of a long-term employee of the Commonwealth Bank. The employee claimed that the employer breached the implied term of mutual trust and confidence by not engaging properly in the redeployment process. The Federal Court held in favour of the employee and awarded damages of $317,000.
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Social media is an emerging and dynamic phenomenon, and consequently social media law is continually being revised. At its intersection with employment law, there are a number of undecided issues including those around non-solicitation, and the use of social media accounts and contacts post-termination. What happens if an employee uses their LinkedIn account to seek business, and sends an ‘invitation’ to all their contacts including their former employer’s clients?

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Workplace investigations are becoming more commonplace, yet there is still a lack of understanding about the mechanics of investigations, and when they are needed. Below we set out briefly some of the reasons why you would consider an investigation, the key steps in the investigation process, and the pros and cons of different types of investigations.  

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