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Westpac manager's conduct undermined trust/confidence: FWC

The FWC has upheld Westpac's summary dismissal of a bank manager who breached six of the seven principles in the bank's code of conduct when he failed to disclose an affair with a subordinate and breached a restraining order she took out.

32-second delay "exceptional": FWC

A sacked manager has won an extension of time for her late unfair dismissal claim, after the FWC accepted that her lawyer was responsible for lodging it 32 seconds after the 21-day cut-off.

Employer fails to prove "frustration" of employment contract

The Fair Work Commission has given a school religious education coordinator the green light to proceed with his unfair dismissal claim after his employer failed to establish that his employment ceased via the doctrine of frustration.

Exemption seeks to help women lawyers to reach Bar

An exemption to permit South Australia's courts to engage women-only in a "positive discrimination" program is being touted as an important step to address a substantial gender imbalance spotlighted a year ago by a Law Council study.

LinkedOff: OHS manager sacked over abusive emails

The Fair Work Commission has refused to reverse the dismissal of an OHS manager who used his employment-related LinkedIn account to send abusive personal emails, directed "expletive rich" language at his manager and declined to participate in a performance plan.

Bench spikes challenge from sacked Qantas pilot

A FWC full bench has rejected a sacked Qantas pilot's argument that spiking of his drink meant he couldn't be held responsible for s-xually assaulting a female flight crew member during a stopover in Chile.