Industrial relations

'Rude and disruptive' employee loses bullying claim

'Rude and disruptive' employee loses bullying claim

Case sheds light on the importance of Performance Improvement Plans for HR leaders

Unions threaten to take strike action unless employers give free rapid antigen tests

Unions threaten to take strike action unless employers give free rapid antigen tests

Shameful that it is easier for Australians to catch COVID than it is to find a test kit, says ACTU Secretary

Worker raises 'constitutional questions' in unfair dismissal claim

Worker raises 'constitutional questions' in unfair dismissal claim

Vaccine mandate case has an 'almost insurmountable barrier to overcome', says Fair Work Commission

Djokovic's visa case heads to the Federal Court

Djokovic's visa case heads to the Federal Court

World No. 1 left the country after court upheld 'public interest'

Employee awarded compensation despite copying confidential documents

Employee awarded compensation despite copying confidential documents

After dismissal for poor performance, review uncovers conduct that breached worker's contract

Victoria makes changes to COVID-19 notification requirements

Victoria makes changes to COVID-19 notification requirements

Changes relate to COVID-19-positive people entering the workplace