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Bench upholds rejection of bid for bullying order

An FWC full bench has rejected a bid for an anti-bullying order by a cleaner who alleged he was bullied and harassed by his manager when he was called a "pig" and told off after he was caught napping in a disused room he converted into an unofficial staff room.

University defeats bullying-related privacy complaint

A university has fended off a privacy claim after a tribunal found it wasn't responsible for the actions of two academics who sent emails that disclosed a complainant's health information as part of a response to an FWC bullying claim.


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.