Working from home – under surveillance?

Since 2020, a large percentage of Australians have been working from home (due, of course, to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic). This change in work-life balance brought about a number of new challenges for employers: empty work spaces, empty rental agreements and a whole generation of workers who have not yet found themselves around the watercooler […]

Fairfax v Voller – an analysis

Since the first true social media platforms emerged on the world wide web in the late 90s, legislative bodies have sought to control and influence the way social media operates. In the first of many deep dives, we will take a quick look at just how recent legislation has impacted the way we talk about, […]