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Employer pays for "puzzling" failure to dismiss worker

An accountant suspended and sent on "home leave" for his failure to honour a sale of business transaction and misdirecting company funds will receive seven months' salary because his employer failed to formally dismiss him, the Victorian Supreme Court has found.

Police charge HSU's Jackson

Victorian police have charged former HSU national secretary Kathy Jackson over financial dealings during her time at the union.

Employer breached duty of care to overworked manager: Court

An employer that required a manager to work up to 70 hours a week and be on call 24-hours-a-day when it cut its workforce and outsourced maintenance breached its duty of care to prevent him from developing a psychiatric injury, Victoria's Supreme Court has found.

Victoria to legalise Uber

The Victorian Government has unveiled an overhaul of the state's commercial passenger industry that will legalise and regulate ride-sharing services such as Uber.

Tribunal allows headhunter to offer women-only searches

Victoria's Civil and Administrative Tribunal has found an executive search company doesn't need an exemption from equal opportunity laws to conduct its female executive recruitment program, but has used its business as a case study, setting out the steps for other applicants to self-assess whether they are already exempt.