Supportah TV – Non-disclosure agreements or confidentiality agreements are standard practice in sexual harassment, bullying and discrimination settlements, however, many experts are now calling for them to be banned.
Supportah TV | Employers are using surveillance software to record everything their employees do – and in some cases it involves recording their personal phone conversations.
Supportah TV – The Australian government is refusing to make the COVID-19 vaccine compulsory in most workplaces, leaving employees and employers unsure of their rights.
Supportah TV – Deliveroo rider Diego Franco has won a landmark unfair dismissal case against the food delivery company. The Fair Work Commission found that Franco was an employee, and not an independent contractor, meaning he is entitled to unfair dismissal protection, along with minimum wage, holiday and sick leave superannuation and workers compensation.
Supportah TV – An investigation has found that the Queensland Police Service unlawfully discriminated against male recruits in a bid to reach a 50/50 gender target. Six women were accepted into the academy, despite not meeting the minimum physical and psychological standards.
Supportah TV – A growing number of Australian workers are having their employment terminated as a result of posts they have made to their social media accounts. Australian employment lawyer Stephen Dryley-Collins looks at some case studies, and has advice for workers.
Supportah TV – A Queensland childcare worker has been sacked for refusing to have an influenza vaccination. The worker claimed unfair dismissal, however the Fair Work Commission found she failed to follow a reasonable and lawful direction to have the flu shot.