A tribunal has backed a decision by YMCA NSW to not appoint a man in his fifties as a senior pool lifeguard after he referred, during his interview, to physically touching and wrestling troubled young men he was counselling.
A discrimination tribunal majority has ruled that NSW Police did not discriminate against a senior constable who was seeking promotion when it refused to accommodate requests for part-time hours to meet her carer's responsibilities.
The state-owned company that runs the electricity "poles and wires" network supplying Sydney, the NSW Central Coast and the Hunter region has announced a first round of 550 job cuts, which are being hotly opposed by the ETU.
Two employees have failed to win back more than 2,000 hours in sick leave credits they lost when their employment moved from a publicly owned corporation to a private entity after the NSWIRC found there was no transfer of employment.
A former abattoir worker, who received unpaid entitlements only after FWO intervention, can also seek damages for negligence after a High Court ruling today, but the NSW Court of Appeal will now need to establish who employed him.