A recent case in the Fair Work Commission has found an employee was not unfairly dismissed as despite his conduct being in line with “local practice” it was still “extremely hazardous”.
A recent case in the Fair Work Commission has found an employee was not bullied but rather subject to reasonable management action despite being asked about his “deformities” by his Team Leader.
A recent case in the Fair Work Commission has found 31 days over 10 weeks of an unpaid work arrangement did not constitute employment and thus the employee was not employed long enough to qualify for unfair dismissal protection.
A recent case in the Federal Court has found the CFMEU liable for the actions of a union official who acted in an improper manner and was found to have engaged in adverse action and coercion against non-union members.
A Full Bench of the Fair Work Commission decided all modern awards should have a casual conversion clause, enabling casual employees to choose to change to full-time or part-time employment so long as they meet certain requirements.
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