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Fair Work crackdown on Hobart
Tasmania Mercury

Fair Work crackdown on Hobart

Fair Work Ombudsman Natalie James. Picture: Steve Pohlner Source: News Corp Australia AN area of Hobart that is a hotspot for workplace complaints will be targeted in a crackdown by the federal Fair Work Ombudsman. During the next two months ... Tasmania Mercury, 9 hours ago
Fair Work targets food processing Weekly Times Now, 9 hours ago
International Business Times UK

Australian court says unfriending a colleague on Facebook is bullying

The next time you are stationed in Australia, think before unfriending a colleague from work on Facebook as you could be held guilty of bullying. Setting a one-of-a-kind precedent in social media ethics, a Tasmaninan court has ruled that unfriending ...
 International Business Times UK6 days ago Facebook Unfriending By Work Colleague Deemed As Bullying By Tribunal  Inquisitr1 week ago

Australian workplace bullying case hinged on a Facebook unfriending

Australian real estate supervisor Lisa Bird was told by Australia's Fair Work Commission that she "drew a line" in the workplace by unfriending one of her subordinates on Facebook. That meant the subordinate in question, real estate agent Rachael ...
 ArsTechnica1 week ago
Geelong Advertiser

Paddy wants fair deal for both

Patrick Dangerfield won the Adelaide Crows best and fairest award. Photo Tom Huntley Source: News Corp Australia GEELONG coach Chris Scott says negotiations are under way between Adelaide and the Cats to bring Patrick Dangerfield home. ...
 Geelong Advertiser1 week ago Woosha the new Bombers coach  Tasmania Mercury1 day ago Woosha: Trust me, Im a pharmacist  Geelong Advertiser1 day ago
WA Today

Forget work friends on Facebook

Facebook is not safe for work. It was hard to miss the story last week on the Fair Work Commission's decision that to unfriend a colleague can be regarded as bullying. But the bigger question that seemed to be ignored in the debate was this: what on ...
 WA Today5 days ago
Northern Territory News

CHARIS CHANG Climate action: China's big challenge to Australia

Video Image USA: Obama and Jinping to work together on climate change ahead of Paris 1:34 Play video US President Barack Obama held a joint presser with his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping announcing, among other things, deals on climate change and ...
 Northern Territory News1 week ago China's big challenge to Australia  Townsville Bulletin1 week ago
Dominion Post

Volunteer work in Guatemala can't erase Katrina Grant's World Cup pain

New Zealand's Netball World Cup final defeat to Australia still wounds Katrina Grant, left. Guatemala is good for a few things, as Katrina Grant's now well-qualified to tell you. The Silver Ferns defender spent three weeks in the highland ...
 Dominion Post1 week ago
Human Capital Magazine

Opinion: Workplace complaints increase amid dismissals

Since the introduction of the Fair Work Act 2009 (Cth), the number of general protections claims has steadily increased every year. The majority of these claims are brought by employees (and sometimes independent contractors) following dismissal.
 Human Capital Magazine1 week ago Opinion: Four ways to limit the risk of a general protection claim  Human Capital Magazine1 week ago
Melbourne Age

Australia left 'flat-footed' as Paris climate pact takes shape

Countries should agree to review their carbon emission reduction policies every five years to ensure dangerous global warming can be avoided, according to a draft United Nations agreement being circulated before the Paris summit due to start late ...
 Melbourne Age1 hour ago Paris 2015: Draft flags five-year climate reviews, leaves Australia 'flat-footed'  Sydney Morning Herald2 hours ago
WA Today

What to do in Australia: 8 things foreign travellers love that we're missing out on

You don't need a backpack to enjoy the hiking hot-spots. The life of the overseas backpacker in Australia may not be entirely enviable. Few Australians would fancy funding their holiday with months of back-breaking fruit-picking, or spending weeks ...
 WA Today9 hours ago Australian ice addicts are travelling to Thailand's 'Vomit Temple' for treatment  NewsGrio1 week ago Take a bow, taxpayers of Australia  WA Today1 week ago
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