The Fair Work Commission has ordered a company to compensate a former employee who was dismissed after domestic violence complicated her ability to attend work.
The CFMEU has rid itself of two whistleblowers who went public about union links to organised crime, saying theirs was the ‘gross misbehavior’.
Following a South Australian law firm’s decision to charge budding lawyers thousands of dollars to secure an internship, one academic has warned companies to be wary of their legal obligations.
Australia’s largest airline recently announced that it would be offering employees a generous bonus as a reflection of its ‘bright future’ – but the conditional payments have angered unions.
Miners in Queensland are going above and beyond in their attempts to pass workplace drug tests – but one official worries that the law will not help employers to crack down on the problem.
The former national secretary of the Health Services Union is currently facing legal proceedings over allegations that she misappropriated more than $1 million of union funds.
The FWC has ruled on the controversial case involving an employer who terminated a worker opposed to same-sex marriage last year
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Employees do not always disclose a mental illness voluntarily, and nor are they legally obliged to do so