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Extension of conversion rights for casuals

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Casual employees will have the right to request to convert to permanent employment subject to certain conditions following the Fair Work Commission’s (FWC) decision to insert a new clause into most modern awards. As part of its 4-yearly review of modern awards, the FWC reasoned that a casual conversion clause would support the fairness and…

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Pope Francis Reflects on Work

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To coincide with the feast of St Joseph the Worker (1 May), Pope Francis released a message to the Pontifical Academy of Social Sciences which included reflections on work and social participation. Two themes emerged in his message. Work is a human need and a source of meaning “….work, even before being a right, is…

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High Conflict Colleagues

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No matter where you are in your career, whether you’re just starting out or getting ready to retire, whether you’re an intern or a CEO, whether you work part-time or are practically tied to your desk – you will, at some point, find yourself working with someone who just doesn’t play well with others. Someone…

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Operational Matters

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CCER has been incredibly busy throughout the last quarter. We are now approved to be a Teacher Accreditation Authority for Highly Accomplished and Lead educators for our Independent Catholic schools. We received the green light from the Education Minister after being nominated by a number of our schools and are now their one-stop-shop for the…

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