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Israel Folaus case is simple, once you look past the distractions
Article discusses Folaus case & highlights that employers carry no legal or moral obligation to provide employment to anyone.
Australia
21 May 2019
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Dismissals in the #MeToo Era
The #Me Too movement has led to little tolerance or excuse for discrimination and inappropriate conduct in the workplace.
Australia
16 Jul 2018
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The big question answered: Does Uber employ its drivers?
Uber could breathe a big sigh of relief when the Fair Work Commission ruled that this Uber driver was not an employee.
Australia
9 Jan 2018
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A new financial year, new numbers to remember
Here is a summary of some of the key changes in the workplace, employment law and superannuation effective 1 July 2017.
Australia
7 Jul 2017
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Grab your free water and lollies while you still can: Uber has been taken to court in Australia.
An ex-Uber driver has alleged they breached their contract by failing to pass on negative feedback prior to termination.
Australia
9 Jun 2016
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Dr Evil can't save gun toting employee's job
The employee's conduct unambiguously justified termination of his employment, but it did not justify summary dismissal.
Australia
1 May 2016
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CommInsure whistle blower sacked for raising ethical concerns?
Dr Koh claimed that the official reason for his termination was an excuse to victimise him for raising ethical concerns.
Australia
14 Mar 2016
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Remember Todd Carney?
He apparently is threatening to sue the Cronulla Sharks for unfair dismissal, because he was not afforded "due process".
Australia
20 Oct 2015
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Sacking by text and Hutchison's consultation woes
Employers often overlook the importance of their EA consultation obligations, particularly when it comes to redundancies.
Australia
17 Aug 2015
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Secondary employment not (necessarily) a valid reason for dismissal
Employers should clearly articulate their expectations of taking up any secondary employment, in the employment contract.
Australia
27 Feb 2015
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Employee makes 141 fraudulent expense claims. Sackable, right? Wrong!
Having a "valid reason" for termination is not the only consideration an employer must take into account for dismissal.
Australia
29 Sep 2014
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Porn peddling posties keep their jobs
This case is a good reminder that, when dismissing an employee, the offending conduct is only part of the story.
Australia
31 Jul 2014
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Employer’s failure to consult is a $10K win for redundant employee
To amount to a "genuine redundancy" for the purposes of the unfair dismissal exemption, three boxes must be ticked.
Australia
23 Apr 2013
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"BACON HATER" - Slur on Facebook leaves employer sizzling as FWA determines unfair dismissal claim
The Court found that the conduct did not amount to serious misconduct and dismissal was harsh, unjust and unreasonable.
Australia
13 Oct 2012
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UR FIRED = OK? - Dismissal by SMS
While this case of dismissal by SMS was not unfair, traditional communication is preferred for disciplinary matters.
Australia
18 Oct 2011
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A new financial year, new numbers to remember
A summary of some of the key financial number changes effective 1 July 2011.
Australia
29 Jun 2011
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UR Fired = $10K
Discussion on the consequences of unfair dismissal via SMS
Australia
16 Jun 2011
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