A tribunal member who reinstated a transit officer sacked for spraying a minor with capsicum spray should have given greater weight to his past conduct and the viability of re-establishing an employment relationship, a full bench has found.
The WA IRC has found a manager of an Australian-based company working overseas is entitled to pursue a contractual benefits claim, despite performing all but a fortnight of his two years in the job in Sweden.
The Spotless group has avoided paying an 11-week redundancy to a facilities manager it dismissed after nearly seven years, a tribunal finding that the split was an instance of "ordinary and customary turnover of labour".
A Western Australia court of appeal has rejected the RTBU's bid to reinstate a transit officer sacked for making false allegations against her supervisor, confirming it would be "impracticable" for the employer-employee relationship to continue given the absence of trust between the parties.
The WA Supreme Court has tested how an employment agreement stacks up under US state law before granting an American company an interlocutory injunction restraining a former Australian employee from working for his new Perth employer.
FWC President Iain Ross has refused the NTEU's bid for a full bench to hear Murdoch University's request to terminate its enterprise agreement, which the union claims is a "test case" that will affect up to 20,000 Western Australian higher education employees.
Sacking a transit officer for "excessive force" when he used capsicum spray on a threatening 12-year-old boy was unfair because the employer should have considered demoting him instead, a tribunal has found.