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Farewell sitting for retiring WA tribunal leader; & more

Farewell sitting for WA tribunal's chief commissioner; Tribunal to live-stream final minimum wage consultations; Small Business Ombudsman to weigh "lasting impact" of road safety remuneration order; and FWC backs dismissal of bulldozer operator over safety breaches.

Mother, daughters fail to prove discrimination due to family ties

A mother and her two daughters have failed to establish that their employer unlawfully discriminated against them on the basis of family status when it transferred them from its retail outlets to a warehouse during its dispute with their father, the company's operations manager.

Two new members for WA IRC

WA Attorney-General Michael Mischin has appointed two lawyers to the State's IRC.


Gorgon strikes called off after "new precedent" set on FIFO rosters

Unions have called off today's planned industrial action on Chevron's Gorgon LNG project after the CFMEU, AMWU and ETU reached an in-principle agreement with CB&I on a deal which they say will set a "new precedent" for FIFO rosters.


Employer's handling of bullying complaint "reasonable": Court

A university did not breach a lecturer's employment contract or its duty of care by failing to make progress with complaints he lodged against his superiors under the institution's grievance policy, a court has ruled.


Push for shorter roster cycles ramps up

The battle over shorter work rosters for fly-in, fly-out workers on resource projects looks set to spread to Chevron's $54 billion Gorgon LNG project.

Tribunal throws out complaint against IR lawyers

A former university professor who unsuccessfully complained about the conduct of senior IR lawyers hired by his employer to oppose his unfair dismissal claim has failed to have the disciplinary decision revisited.