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Using labour hire for flexibility a legitimate business strategy: FWC

Using labour hire arrangements to acquire specific skill sets and increase operational flexibility is a legitimate business strategy and employers shouldn't be forced to drop labour hire workers to redeploy redundant employees, the FWC has found.


No transmission of business - no dice on sick leave

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.






Full bench confirms defence personnel not "employees"

A full bench of the Federal Court has confirmed the common law definition of "employee" as it applies to defence personnel after an enlisted serviceperson unsuccessfully argued the Commonwealth had discriminated against him when it took adverse action and sacked him for being HIV positive.