The CEO of an HR services provider who was sacked for serious misconduct is claiming her dismissal was unlawful adverse action. And IBM is backpaying its employees more than $12m after failing to ensure its annualised salary arrangements complied with all relevant modern awards.
An employer has failed to block a HR manager's claim that it took adverse action against her in exposing her to liability for underpaying employees; and another employer has been fined for "very serious" Fair Work breaches.
New research shows it would be a mistake for employers to return to business as usual instead of maintaining their workplace flexibility. Also in this article: the Federal Circuit Court has rejected an injured worker's adverse action claim; new rulings on standdowns, JobKeeper disputes and more; and fewer employees are coming out at work.
Managing caregiving employees has never been so challenging, and policies that were considered "progressive" not long ago are now just "expected". Learn what now ranks as best practice and where your organisation can step up at this HR Daily webinar.