It’s been four months since the Fair Work Commission’s new anti-bullying measures came into force and despite fears of a flood of complaints, only one stop bullying order has been issued so far.
If you can successfully show that your actions have been reasonable then then the FWC will not make an anti-bullying order – so what is ‘reasonable’ in the eyes of the FWC?
The right to have a support person present at disciplinary meetings and dismissal processes is not the right to an advocate, according to the Fair Work Commission.
The FWC has ruled on two similar unfair dismissal cases, each involving long-serving employees suffering from long-term illnesses.
The Fair Work Commission has confirmed that it will accept applications relating to bullying conduct that occurred prior to 1 January, 2014. HC investigates.
Be careful you don’t confuse employee misconduct with negligence, or you could wind up on the wrong side of the Fair Work Commission.
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