ELM TV EXCLUSIVE – Rated the most engaging speaker of the HR Law Masterclass series in March, Madelaine August provides viewers with a breakdown on the topic of procedural fairness. She highlights where employers sometimes get it wrong.
Madelaine August of Moray & Agnew provides us with informative answers to questions regarding procedural fairness. She cites the Bonny Walia v Citywide Service Solutions case, where a garbage truck driver was reinstated to his position by the FWC due to issues with the employer’s decision making steps.
Luke Gattuso of Page Seager advises readers on what common mistakes to avoid when conducting a workplace investigation. “A further trap that we often see is a failure to afford procedural fairness. This includes the need for an investigator to be impartial,” he writes.
ELM TV EXCLUSIVE – Partner at Page Seager, David Dilger, spoke to us about a key takeaway from the HR Law Masterclass series; that of “procedural fairness”. This short video highlights some key considerations within internal processes, and links it with some top tips regarding workplace investigations.
Derogatory comments on social media can be a valid reason to terminate an employee’s employment, but a fair process must still be followed to avoid an unfair dismissal ruling. Allens’ Senior Associate Tristan Garcia and Lawyer Jo Seto report on a recent decision of the FWC.
Simon Billing of Corrs Chambers Westgarth writes about three recent decisions of the Fair Work Commission (FWC), which serve as a reminder to employers that “despite there being a valid reason for the dismissal of an employee, a range of other factors can lead to a finding of unfairness”. Read seven important questions to carefully consider.