|1.||Critically review the ways in which the common law impacts on the employment relationships;|
|2.||Analyse and apply legislation that governs the employer/employee relationship including the Fair Work Act 2009 (Cth), occupational health and safety legislation and anti-discrimination laws;|
|3.||Critically reflect upon theoretical approaches informing legal principles and analyse their application across a range of employment contract categories;|
|4.||Ascertain the rights and responsibilities of parties to a contract of employment in a dispute situation and potential remedies for breach of contractual or statutory obligations;|
|5.||Critique the legitimacy of a termination of employment in a given set of facts and justify conclusions through the application of relevant case law, statutory provisions and legal principles;|
|6.||Evaluate scenarios representing common employment disputes to recommend suitable strategies and/or resolutions and articulate likely outcomes of any litigation; and|
|7.||Exemplify professional judgement in applying the procedures for making an enterprise agreement and getting it approved by the Fair Work Commission that demonstrates a critical understanding of organisational values and operational requirements and an individual's responsibilities within these.|
|Assignment||Letter of advice based on real life scenarios||30%|
|Case Study||Case study analysis based on the ruling handed down by a Court or Tribunal (Group)||20%|
|Report||Evaluate scenarios representing common employment disputes to recommend suitable resolutions||50%|
Principles of Employment Law 5th edn
Price, R., Nielsen, J., 2018
Pyrmont, NSW : Thomson Reuters (Professional) Australia
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