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Police commander targeted homos-xual officers: Tribunal

A tribunal has held that a commander discriminated against officers he described as a "close knit friendship group of homos-xual like-minded" police in a complaint of possible drug use, while clearing the NSW Police Force of any discrimination in its handling of the allegations.

Coles worker's adverse action claim to proceed: Bench

A casual Coles employee who worked his last shift in 2014 due to injury has been given the all-clear to pursue a general protections claim after an FWC full bench found he lodged his application within 21 days of his effective dismissal four years later.

Consultant rejected passage to India: FWC

The FWC has found that a multinational employer did not dismiss a seconded consultant who has refused to return to his Indian base, ruling that permanent residency does not entitle him to continuing employment in Australia.

Woolworths vows to defend class action

Woolworths claims a class action seeking underpayments of $300 million more than it self-disclosed is "without merit", given it has already committed to fully repay any shortfall.


Government to attempt "Integrity" Bill revival next week

IR Minister Christian Porter has signalled that the Coalition will launch another attempt to pass its Ensuring Integrity Bill before the end of the year after yesterday's stunning defeat in the Senate.

Undercover supervisor gathered evidence for guard's sacking

The FWC has upheld the dismissal of a long-serving security guard summarily dismissed after his corner-cutting habits while patrolling a "potentially dangerous" public housing estate were confirmed by a supervisor posing as a trainee.

"Familiarity" with employer no basis for recusal: FWC member

An FWC member has rejected a big employer's call to recuse himself from an unfair dismissal case, finding that his long familiarity with its processes and people remained "beneficial" to the parties despite having recently had one of his decisions involving the company overturned on appeal.

FWC backs sacking of "tailgating" fraudster

The FWC has upheld Sydney Water's sacking of a long-serving employee who deliberately concealed his off-site coffee breaks and avoided "make-up" time and the loss of his RDOs by "tailgating" other employees through security gates.