An employee who refused 32 redeployment options didn't realise his employment was at risk until it was too late, the Fair Work Commission has accepted in allowing his unfair dismissal claim to proceed.
An FWC full bench has overturned a finding that an employee was dishonest during a workplace investigation, but nonetheless concluded he was fairly dismissed for a "s-xualised" tweet, storing p-rn on his work computer, and other misconduct.
In a significant decision, an employee has failed to convince the High Court that his employer breached its enterprise agreement when disciplining and then dismissing him for exercising his intellectual freedom.
An employee was wrong to think a performance improvement plan was an attempt to "push her out of the company", the Fair Work Commission has found, accepting that an HR manager tried to alleviate her fears.
It should have been obvious to an employer that an employee's swearing outburst was due to his poor wellbeing, caused by mishandled workplace complaints, the Fair Work Commission has ruled in overturning his dismissal.