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FWC rejects bullying case against energy company chief executive

The FWC has rejected bullying allegations against Essential Energy's chief executive officer, but has ordered the company to accept voluntary redundancy applications from two employees who brought the anti-bullying claim because the cost of keeping them on the books when there is no meaningful work is "irrational, absurd and ridiculous".

Qantas worker seeking anti-bullying order; and more

Qantas flight attendant seeks anti-bullying order; Federal Court grants Cash bid for Queensland Nickel special purpose liquidator; and 150-minute ballot gets FWC thumbs-up.

No "future risk" of bullying for dismissed worker

The FWC has rejected a marketing director's anti-bullying claim, finding her "election" to be "treated as being dismissed" in 2012 and her pursuit of an unfair dismissal claim, meant she was no longer an employee at risk of future bullying.



"Positive changes" ward off anti-bullying orders

The FWC has refused to issue anti-bullying orders against a high-profile Adelaide restaurant because it implemented positive measures to tackle unreasonable behaviour.


FWC says bullying claim not vexatious, rejects $50,000 costs bid

The chief executive and a manager of a chamber of commerce and industry who withdrew bullying and harassment complaints once they no longer had contact with the alleged perpetrators did not act vexatiously or without reasonable cause in seeking anti-bullying orders, the FWC has found.

Bullying risk continuing for DP World trio: FWC

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.