A recent case in the Fair Work Commission found a flight attendant who voluntarily became intoxicated and consequently could not operate their next scheduled flight, was fairly dismissed.
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Employee sent home from work without pay: Employer not required to pay employee who was unable to work
A recent case in the Fair Work Commission Full Bench has found that an employer is not required to pay an employee who is sent home for being unable to perform part of their contractual obligations.
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