A fire brigade captain and former HR manager who appeared in a campaign pamphlet for a candidate in last year's NSW election was not victimised when his employer reprimanded him, the NSW IRC has found.
The Victorian Auditor-General's damning audit report on the state health sector's response to bullying and harassment has found its agencies lack even the "fundamental, underpinning foundations of effective policies and procedures" to tackle the issue.
A tribunal has warned employers that they must not only have anti-discrimination policies in place but must also ensure they are "communicated effectively", after finding an Aboriginal economic development company vicariously liable for race discrimination.
A discrimination tribunal majority has ruled that NSW Police did not discriminate against a senior constable who was seeking promotion when it refused to accommodate requests for part-time hours to meet her carer's responsibilities.
Three DP World stevedoring employees exposed to prolonged bullying by workmates and fellow MUA members face a real risk of the conduct continuing on their return to work because a "system of authority and control" remains in place at a Melbourne container terminal "which stands apart from" the company.
The FWC has ordered Sydney's St Vincent's Hospital to reinstate a security supervisor it sacked after an external investigation found his complaint about indecent touching of a psychiatric patient was falsely made to bully or harass a colleague.