Colin Fenwick


Labour and labour-related laws in micro and small enterprises: Innovative regulatory approaches

This paper examines the application of labour law in micro and small enterprises by comparing the practices in various member States of the International Labour Organization. Micro and small enterprises (MSEs) are increasingly a major source of employment creation, and therefore a focus of economic...

Share-based remuneration and termination payments to company directors: what are the rules?

An analysis of how the provisions of the Corporations Act 2001 (Cth) are intended to operate to control termination payments to company directors, and whether the scheme of the Act can work effectively to regulate the widespread practice of share-based remuneration. The authors argue that...

Seven: the Corporations Act, corporate governance and termination payments to senior employees

This paper presents an empirical analysis of the termination payments contemplated by the service contracts of the managing directors of ASX50 companies. It uses real remuneration data from those companies’ 2005 annual reports to test the operation of the relevant provisions in the Corporations Act...

Workers' human rights in Australia

Colin Fenwick looks at legal protection of the human rights of workers in Australia focussing in particular on aspects of the protection of freedom of association, and how Australian law acts to eliminate discrimination in employment and occupation. This focus of course takes in only...