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.
In a rare decision to permit an appeal in a dismissal dispute, an FWC full bench has concluded that a presidential member may have wrongly discounted a reason for the late submission of the appellant's original claim.
A sales manager who alleged she was sacked for seeking compassionate leave after the death of her grandfather has had her adverse action claim dismissed because she failed to provide sufficient proof for the request.
A public servant who unsuccessfully argued his employer took adverse action against him when it failed to promote him has had his unfair dismissal claim rejected after allegations emerged that he submitted a "dummy" job application to bolster his claims.
The High Court has refused to grant the CFMEU special leave to appeal a finding that Anglo Coal did not take adverse action when it sacked a mining union delegate who took sick leave after being denied permission to take annual leave.
A Qantas pilot, who blamed a spiked drink for his groping of a female flight crew member during a Santiago lay-over, has had his unfair dismissal claim rejected by an FWC full bench for the second time.