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SBS not liable for stress claim by hairdresser
Due consultation and communication with the applicant over a period of time, meant the process was conducted reasonably.
Australia
12 Oct 2019
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Dont fall for a smoko: compo for fast food worker injured while smoking before shift
Whether an area of the premises is considered a "place of employment" depends on the worker's duties at that time.
Australia
31 Jan 2019
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Mandatory counselling for traumatic incidents? Queensland Supreme Court says No
The QAS was not obliged to mandatorily impose assistance, as the plaintiff was aware that counselling was available.
Australia
7 Jan 2019
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Injured on a work trip: is the employer liable? AAT considers another hotel injury claim
The injury was sustained in an interval from her employment, as the activities were not induced or encouraged by Telstra.
Australia
23 Nov 2018
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Can an email or an impromptu discussion be an informal counselling action?
A counselling action can be seen as reasonable administrative action, even if it is undertaken on an informal basis.
Australia
5 Dec 2017
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NBN and RAA in the AAT: Tribunal confirms Martin v Comcare significance threshold
This interpretation of Martin v Comcare by the Tribunal goes further than terms that were expressed in the High Court.
Australia
25 Aug 2017
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Tell them who is boss (but do it the right way): Tribunal finds Administrative Actions not reasonable
The informal meeting did not constitute reasonable administrative action, nor was it carried out in a reasonable manner.
Australia
8 May 2017
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If an employee is demoted during a period of accepted incapacity for work, does his NWE change accordingly?
Because of the changes in his classification of employment, his NWE should be altered to correctly reflect the change.
Australia
8 May 2017
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Trainee's attempted murder not mishandled; Optus wins appeal against $3.9 million award
This is the latest in a long line of unsuccessful damages claims for injuries caused by the criminal conduct of others.
Australia
16 Mar 2017
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Get your stairway examined - Plaintiff awarded $1.6M for "stumble, loss of balance and fall" upon a stairway
An employer's duty is very high and can include engaging experts to inspect things such as stairways for latent defects.
Australia
16 Mar 2017
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