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Uncertainty continues for gig economy platforms

Australia - June 3 2021 The Fair Work Commission recently heard a further unfair dismissal case brought by a worker in the gig economy. In Franco v Deliveroo Australia Pty…

Nikita Bartlett.

Fried chicken joint has its wings clipped: Casual employee unfairly dismissed when not offered shifts

Australia - March 31 2020 A recent Fair Work Commission decision has dispelled the common misconception that casuals can be lawfully terminated by simply not offering them…

Keifer Veloso.

Caught on camera!

Australia - June 26 2019 The Full Bench of the Fair Work Commission has considered the issue of when illegally obtained workplace surveillance becomes evidence in a case…

#MeToo inspires employees to act: Dismissal of Coles manager upheld by Fair Work Commission

Australia - March 14 2019 52-year-old Peter Angelakos was employed by Coles as the Duty Manager at its supermarket in Moranbah, Queensland…

Bridget Shelton.

Bed poles, Bupa, and alleged disability discrimination

Australia - March 13 2018 In an interesting decision, the Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal explored whether the removal of bed poles in aged care facilities…

Rani Wise, Kaitlyn Gulle.