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Don't re-open casuals case, says AMWU; and more

AMWU urges full bench to reject bid to re-open casual service case; FWC dismisses claim by "bullied" manager who didn’t appear; Wages might be on the rise, says RBA; and Training obligations should continue for 457 visa sponsors.

Teacher rejects bullying remedy

The FWC has thrown out a teacher's anti-bullying application after he withdrew his acceptance of settlement terms that included relocation to a new workplace and anger management support and sought to re-activate his case.


Alleged bullying the result of employee's actions: FWC

The FWC has dismissed a bid for anti-bullying orders because the alleged instances of bullying flowed from the employee's actions and the employer's directions in response were lawful and reasonable.



Full bench rejects "re-run" appeal over bullying dismissal

A nurse sacked for allegedly bullying and harassing colleagues after a workplace dispute has had her unfair dismissal appeal rejected because her claims were nothing more than a "re-run" of the original case, an FWC full bench has found.

Anti-bullying case against ETU in CUB dispute

The major labour hire company embroiled in the Carlton & United Breweries dispute in Melbourne has begun a novel anti-bullying case and general protections claim against the ETU.

FWC finds teacher bullied by principal

A Catholic school principal bullied a teacher when she misinformed her about the status of her long service leave request, directed her to participate in an induction for "new staff" after her return from leave and assigned her a mentor with less teaching experience, the FWC has found.