A court has upheld the reinstatement of a high school teacher dismissed for tampering with students' results, rejecting the Department of Education's argument the decision lacked "intelligible justification".
A full Federal Court has ruled today that a pair of 12-hour shift workers at a Cadbury chocolate factory are entitled to 10 calendar days of paid personal/carer's leave, rather than a lesser amount argued by their employer and the Federal IR Minister.
A major civil construction company has successfully toppled an FWC full bench finding that its proposed agreement unlawfully allowed workers to be covered by future deals ahead of its nominal expiry date.
A full Federal Court majority has today rejected a judge's reasoning for ordering the MUA to pay a fine of just $38,000 for a week-long unlawful strike at Hutchison Ports' Sydney and Brisbane container terminals, but has rebuffed the FWO's contention that the stevedore should have been awarded $600,000 in damages it didn't seek.
High Court rebuffs "two longs" special leave bid; Relativity "decompression" proposal needs to go back to drawing board, say retailers; and Women's pay outpacing men's in recent wage slowdown, says report.
The CFMMEU is calling on the Federal Court to review its "outrageous" decision to direct that $1 million held in a trust fund on members' behalf be shared by all former employees of liquidated labour hire company One Key Workforce Pty Ltd.
FWC President Iain Ross's delegate has refused to refer to the Federal Court IR Minister Kelly O'Dwyer's "revolutionary" question of law as to whether the Fair Work Act allows indirectly discriminatory terms in agreements, while also flagging potential hurdles to her quest for a review of a new fire brigade deal.
A union is challenging the WA Department of Education's belief that teachers automatically repudiate their employment if they receive interim negative working with children notices upon being charged with an offence, before their cases are decided in court.