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RadioLive - Your Law Talk 69

As usual Mike and Max tackle your employment issues. Topics include forced vaccines, excessive sick days, and contractors. This week Mike and Max also look at a "You be the Judge" case where an loose agreement between employer and employee become a big mess in the employment courts. The employee worked through lunch and wanted to be paid for that, as well as back pay for the months they had been working for. What do you think?
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RadioLive - Your Law Talk 65

This week David Slack joins Max to discuss your employment questions. This week they discuss a recent change to the legislation, regarding equal pay for women in caregiving careers. This weeks You be the Judge case involves an injured farm hand, who wins a settlement but pursues for his holiday pay. What do you think, is he owed his holiday pay?
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RadioLive - Your Law Talk 64

Being the last show before the Easter break, Mike and Max answer the questions on everyone's mind - Holiday Pay. They also take your opinions on a You Be The Judge case where an employee submits a tender for the same contract his employer is tendering for. Is this a conflict of interest?
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RadioLive - Your Law Talk 62

This week Max and Mike premier the new opening song for the "Your Law" show. Mike and Max also discuss the implications of the newly implemented zero hour contract law. This week's you be the judge involves an employee who resigns in the heat of the moment, and then decides to retract his resignation. The employer chooses not to accept the retraction. Do you think this is right? Listen to find out more.
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RadioLive - Your Law Talk 59

This week Max and Mike ask for your opinion in a You be the Judge case. A hairdresser is forced to take holiday, and during her holidays she works at another salon, and was dismissed as a result. Is this fair? What are your thoughts? Mike and Max also take your calls on zero hour contract, less than minimum wage contracts, and many more.
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