Order to stop bullying made by Fair Work Commission: Management action not raised in a reasonable way
A recent case in the Fair Work Commission has found issues raised by the Chairman of a Body Corporate Committee constituted bullying due to the process used in communicating the issues to property managers.
Sexually inappropriate texts to co-workers a valid reason for dismissal: Co-workers not required to tell employee to stop
A recent case in the Fair Work Commission upheld the dismissal of an employee who sent messages with sexual overtones and sent explicitly sexual messages to co-workers.
Implied terms in employment contracts: Court of Appeal finds employment contract should not to be interpreted subject to Jewish law
The Appeal Court of the Supreme Court of New South Wales has overturned a previous decision, finding a term of life tenure under Jewish law could not be implied to a Rabbi’s employment contract.
Employee dismissed based on conflicting medical evidence: Commission required to make findings on employee's capacity to work
A recent case in the Fair Work Commission Full Bench found a previous ruling was “plainly wrong” and stated it was not the employer’s responsibility to resolve conflicts in medical assessments regarding the capacity of an employee to work.
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