An employee who won the right to have his matter heard by the Fair Work Commission earlier in the year has had his unfair dismissal application dismissed after a hearing in Melbourne. The Applicant, Mr Ton Van Nguyen, was employed by the Respondent Prestige Roadside but had his employment terminated after two alleged instances of serious misconduct.
Three unfair dismissal claims made by employees sacked by Kimberley College have been determined by the Fair Work Commission (FWC) in emphatic terms. The case featured allegations of an extraordinary range of fraudulent financial transactions, including allegations of unauthorised back pay and bonuses amounting to hundreds of thousands of dollars, first class airfares, and overseas trips.
A long-serving lawyer has been awarded $50,000 in unpaid wages after the Queensland Industrial Relations Commission (QIRC) found his long service leave entitlement was ‘obviated in its entirety’ by representatives of his former employer.
This morning, 30 May 2019, the Fair Work Commission (FWC) handed down its Minimum Wage Ruling. The FWC has awarded an increase of 3% to all adult full time weekly rates in the Modern Awards from the first pay period commencing (ppc) on or after 1 July 2019. Proportionate increases will flow to part time and casual workers, juniors, apprentices and trainees.
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