With the sad announcement that Queen Elizabeth II has passed away at Balmoral, discussions about moving Australia to a republic is likely to happen in due course.
Disregard the last version of the CPRs, this version is the current one.
Celebrating the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people during NAIDOC week is the first step towards building a unified country.
What exactly are standard hours these days? It is not surprising that the next generation is concerned about their wellbeing and feeling overworked.
Written by: Brett Lyndon – The Pro Forum Community of Practice The current version of the CPRs came into effect in December 2020. That was in the middle of the pandemic! As we’re now starting to move on and into [...]
Written by: Jacqui Sealy – The Pro Forum Community of Practice As the Federal election is now over, and the new Government is sworn in, many changes will happen in the coming weeks with changes to government portfolios, ministers, and [...]
Written by: Jacqui Sealy – The Pro Forum Community of Practice The ProForum acknowledges the Traditional Owners of Country throughout Australia, and we pay our respects to Elders past and present. An Acknowledgement of Country is about promoting awareness of [...]
Written by: Donna Kirk – The Pro Forum Community of Practice Often thought of as an engineering process to test functions or usage, a stress test is used to diagnose just what it might take to break a process or [...]
Its impossible to make sense of a particular contract without reading it first, but here are few guidelines to help those of you dealing with force majeure clauses, or contracts that don’t have them.
Written by: Brett Lyndon – The Pro Forum Community of Practice The Fair Work Ombudsman (FWO) provides the following information regarding Flexible working arrangements. Flexible working arrangements Employers and employees can agree to change standard working arrangements to help [...]