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Reinstatement of dismissed employees – Can it really happen?
This case demonstrates an instance where the Commissioner could use his or her discretion to order reinstatement.
Australia
14 Jun 2019
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Is getting drunk at a work function a sackable offence?
Employers need to be extremely carefully if they are contemplating summarily terminating the employment of an employee.
Australia
19 May 2019
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The mechanics of dismissal – Could the demotion of an employee lead to an unfair dismissal claim?
As a result of the wording of the Act, the demotion of an employee, who still remains employed, may constitute dismissal.
Australia
19 Dec 2018
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Surely you cannot be serious? Serious misconduct and unfair dismissal.
Valenzuela decision highlights that employers must seriously consider any potential dismissal based on serious misconduct.
Australia
22 Nov 2017
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Posts on social media – Do they give grounds for termination?
If social media policies are put in place by an employer, it is very important that employees are made aware of them.
Australia
28 Jun 2017
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Are all high income employees prevented from making unfair dismissal claims?
Just because a worker is a high-income employee does not necessarily prevent them bringing an unfair dismissal claim.
Australia
23 Jun 2017
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Casual employment - Is it as casual as it appears?
If the employment lasts for a reasonable period of time, it could provide certain rights and entitlements to the worker.
Australia
10 Nov 2016
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Labour hire and unfair dismissals – Is a dismissal unfair if the host employer excludes the employee?
The Commission will look at all the circumstances of a case, as are relevant, to determine whether a dismissal is unfair.
Australia
14 Sep 2016
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Unfair dismissal claims and costs orders: Are they possible?
Parties before the Fair Work Commission generally bear their own costs, but this case shows that this is not always so.
Australia
7 Sep 2016
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