A union leader who entered a worksite to raise money for an injured member was not responsible for a spontaneous decision to down tools over safety concerns, a judge has found in a decision in which she further queried the ABCC over its reservations about workers justifying walkouts based on subjective "feelings" about worksite OHS shortcomings.
In another blow to stevedore DP World as it weathers a campaign of rolling strikes, an FWC full bench majority has upheld a ruling that it was not entitled to unilaterally end an income protection scheme for its container terminal employees.
A multinational law firm has failed in its bid to have a former manager's sex discrimination claim struck out, a court instead granting her permission to replead her "significantly flawed" application.
A court has thrown out an injured automotive manager's attempt to establish that his employer took unlawful adverse action against him when it bullied him and allocated part of his job to another employee because of his physical disability and lodgement of a worker's compensation claim.
CFMMEU construction and general division Victorian branch secretary John Setka might take his legal action to block his expulsion from the ALP to the High Court, the Victorian Supreme Court has heard today.
A vehicle technician who claims he was subjected to discrimination when called "gay" and a "wog" in the workplace has won access to text messages sent to a proposed comparator to help him build his case.