Media & Publications
SMEs should explore every option for government support
For many Australians, particularly those in Victoria, the “new normal” seems out of reach. With the end of JobKeeper on the horizon, what options are available for employers to continue to pay staff... Read more
Employer taking staff to FWC ‘an unusual move’, says lawyer
The case of a Melbourne-based cleaning business taking its employees to the Fair Work Commission is “an unusual move” that could have implications for workplace safety during the COVID-19 pandemic... Read more
Inside Small Business
Pay cuts or reduced hours? Ensuring you’re above the law but morally sound
As many Australians transition back to the office, the way we work has changed. Aside from practical changes to layouts, many businesses are facing a challenging future as recession kicks in.... Read more
Pay cuts and reduced hours: What can you ask employees...
Many employers have had to make tough decisions to ensure they can continue to operate despite restrictions imposed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and any direct hit to their cashflow... Read more
The Prophetic Artist
Stuff you can't steal
Recently Kayte spoke with Wendy Manzo, a well known Australian artist about what an artist needs to know about copyright. There is much confusion amongst artists around using someone else’s creative work. Artists use photos for reference and inspiration every day... Read more
These Are Top Legal Issues Entrepreneurs Should Be Aware of in 2020
When we’re setting up a new business, there’s always a lot to consider - you’ll be prioritising the ‘big’ milestones such as finding your first customer, renting your first premises, setting up a website and finding...Read more
Your staff and their use of social media: Where to draw the line between work...
The boundaries between home and work are often blurred – particularly with the growth of the internet where our lives are increasingly public. A whole generation is entering the workplace... Read more
Employment law – What You Need to Know
Employment law can seem overwhelming, particularly if you’re a new business without knowledge or experience of HR. When you’re committing to hiring staff, it’s important to be aware of your rights... Read more
The cost of a day in court is more emotionally, and financially draining...
Walking from the halls of justice with a smile of satisfaction on your face.
It's a romantic idea, but a day in court can be financially and emotionally devastating Lengthy delays, drawn-out... Read more
Janeen Vosper Podcasts
Listen To How Taking Just One Step Could Change Your Life
A qualified lawyer with her own practice; Voice Lawyers; Kayte Lewis empowers people through awareness and better communication. Starting out at 18 as an actor and then a speech... Listen for more
F Magazine; Celebrating Female Success
Profile piece: Lawyer Kayte Lewis
Sydney law firm Voice Advocates, founded by Kayte Lewis is putting itself on the map for providing a new approach to legal matters. With a focus on communications, it works with its clients on both personal and business matters to help them discover how to speak... Read more