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COVID-19 redundancies didn't follow script: FWC

In the first significant pandemic-related dispute over mass lay-offs to come before the FWC, the Federal Court's transcription service provider has been criticised for making "hollow" consultation promises and reminded to treat workers "with dignity in this time of crisis".


Sacked salesman's handshake on settlement offer closed the deal: FWC

In a ruling further clarifying the nature of binding agreements, the FWC has decided against hearing a car salesman's unfair dismissal application after finding that he shook hands on his employer's $8000 settlement offer and agreed to "move on".


Dentist's adverse action claim a bridge too far: Court

The Federal Court has rejected claims an employer took adverse action against a dentist it threatened to sack for writing "pugnacious" emails, redirecting mail and refusing to attend disciplinary meetings, ruling that the last two actions amounted to him repudiating his employment contract.