In a decision highlighting the perils of relying on nebulous performance measures to assess productivity, the FWC has ordered an IT company to compensate an employee dismissed after being assigned a "vague" To Do list.
Ahead of Federal Court hearings into ABCC claims that two CFMMEU officials breached entry laws at a Melbourne freeway project in 2017, the union is suing the head contractor and its IR manager for obstructing their efforts to investigate suspected safety breaches.
The ABCC's persistence in arguing that the CFMMEU's lengthy rap sheet should figure in penalty calculations has produced a significant dividend, the Federal Court today ruling it was the only way to achieve the legislative objective of deterrence in the face of the union's recidivism.
FEG ruling challengers must "exhaust" internal review channels; Rugby Australia flip-flopped, says Folau; First agreement approved for Flight Centre; and FWC says enterprise agreements don't have to be "perfect".
A court has upheld the reinstatement of a high school teacher dismissed for tampering with students' results, rejecting the Department of Education's argument the decision lacked "intelligible justification".
Time extended after application lands in spam folder; Woolies failed to clarify termination date; FWC upholds sacking for taking unauthorised leave; and Tribunal backs dismissal for threat to "kill" manager.
A Federal Court judge has again pointed his finger at Victorian CFMMEU secretary John Setka's leadership in issuing a personal payment order against one of his long-serving officials for blockading a worksite to pressure a builder into negotiating an agreement with the union.