In a recent FWC decision, an employee who refused a settlement offer has been ordered to pay the employer's costs.
The employer repaid all outstanding entitlements under a repayment plan agreed with the Fair Work Ombudsman.
Employers overlook policy communication and training at their peril, says one law firm.
A bus driver sacked over a threatening reference to the Columbine massacre was not unfairly dismissed, finds the Fair Work Commission.
The criminal conviction of an employer for serious bullying of an apprentice represents a stark warning for employers.
Coles has rejected the FWC's suggested changes to its 2014-2017 Store Team Agreement with the SDA, whilst promising no reduction in base rates or penalty rates.
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HRD talks to Renae Harding about the best way to handle sensitive and emotional sexual harassment allegations