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    While there is an increasing propensity for white...

    While there is an increasing propensity for white collar employers to allow some staff to work from home from time to time, there is one profession that comes to mind where employees are actually...
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    Tracker, does the same go for everyone who...

    Tracker, does the same go for everyone who undertakes work at home as part of their job?
  3. When does office temperature and or ventillation become an OH&S issue?

    The title says it all really :)

    I work in a building where what was originally a large open plan area has been divided up into many separate offices. As is often the case when this happens, little...
  4. Contracting and WHS responsibility & liability - is it right?

    Under the current law, recruitment agencies who contract out workers to a third party are responsible for occupational health and safety at the contractor's workplace, they are also held liable when...
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    I have to admit this is where my personal...

    I have to admit this is where my personal interests lie. My husband works in a profession where the demands are such at certain times of the year that he has to work 60-70 hours per week. There is no...
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    is stress an official OHS issue in Australia?

    Hi,

    We hear of people going on "stress leave", which is essentially "sick leave" due to stress. But is "stress" now an official OHS issue for employers here in Australia ?

    I don't think it is....
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