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Fair Work Commission Dismisses Bullying Claim For "Hurt Feelings"
This decision provides employers an example of the sorts of conduct that do not constitute bullying within the meaning of the Fair Work Act 2009
Australia
13 Jul 2016
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Adverse Action Claim Dismissed After Employer Found To Have No Knowledge Of Employee's Depression
The Federal Court dismissed an employee's claim that disciplinary action taken against her and her eventual dismissal amounted to unlawful adverse action taken due to her mental illness.
Australia
2 Dec 2015
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Monthly Update - Australian Labour & Employment - June 2015
From 1 July 2015, the income and compensation caps for unfair dismissal claims are set to increase.
Australia
15 Jul 2015
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Monthly Update - Australian Labour & Employment - February 2015
This month, the Federal Circuit Court fined Melbourne-based media company Crocmedia $24,000 for treating employees as volunteer interns.
Australia
12 Mar 2015
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Monthly Update—Australian Labour & Employment - August 2014
The latest Department of Immigration statistics have revealed a 25 percent decrease in the number of 457 visas granted in FY2013.
United States
10 Sep 2014
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Federal Circuit Court Opens Door To Discrimination Claim For Dismissal In Event Of Sickness
The Federal Court has permitted an employee, who was dismissed after taking 10 months' leave to fight cancer, to proceed in a claim against his employer.
Australia
1 Aug 2014
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First FWCc Ruling In Bullying Jurisdiction
We previously reported that the FWC received 44 reports of bullying in the first month of its jurisdiction over workplace bullying
Australia
2 Apr 2014
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Contractor Ordered To Pay Half A Million Dollars For Sexual Harassment
The Federal Court has granted a female employee $476,000 in damages, after finding she was sexually harassed by an "arrogant" contractor.
Australia
2 Jan 2014
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Monthly Update—Australian Labour & Employment Nov 2013
From 1 January 2014, a majority of Australian workers will have access to a new regime to deal with allegations of bullying in the workplace, opening a new industrial "battleground" for Australian employers.
United States
10 Dec 2013
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Monthly Update—Australian Labour & Employment
A recent Victorian Supreme Court decision has highlighted the need for employers to take swift action when an employee reports workplace bullying.
United States
 
29 Jul 2013
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In The Pipeline – Highlighting Changes Of Interest To Employers In Australia
Australia’s safety policy body, Safe Work Australia, has released a long-awaited revision to its draft model "Code of Practice for Preventing and Responding to Workplace Bullying" for public comment.
United States
 
10 Jul 2013
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