Under the whistleblowing regime in the Corporations Act 2001 (Cth) (CA), it is unlawful for someone to cause or threaten to cause detriment to, or victimise, a person because they believe or suspect that the person has made, may have made, or could make a whistleblowing disclosure (Whistleblower). Very substantial civil and criminal sanctions apply for both the individual engaging in detrimental conduct and the corporation that employs the Whistleblower and the antagonist.… Continue Reading
This article was written by Lee Crisp, an Associate at Norton Rose Fulbright South Africa
Fixed term contracts are favoured by employers in the sports industry. As professional sport is heavily performance driven, fixed term contracts give employers a measure of flexibility in contracting with employees. While fixed-term contracts have benefits, both employees and employers need to be aware of what creates a right to renewal.
Sports professionals should understand that continued employment – and contract renewals – are usually directly linked to their performance. Employers must therefore ensure that they do not act in a manner which unnecessarily raises … Continue Reading