NEWS HR

A s.394 (Unfair dismissal) application from Vicki Lavery citing Cedar Hospitality Supplies has been rejected by Fair Work Deputy President Clancy in Melbourne on 30 January 2019.

Virgin Australia Airlines Pty Ltd must face a s.365 (Application to deal with contraventions involving dismissal) before Fair Work Deputy President Lake in his chambers at 12.15pm (Waldock).

The Star Entertainment Qld Limited will defend a s.394 (Application for unfair dismissal remedy) before Fair Work Commissioner Simpson in his Brisbane chambers (Bletas).

Police have released CCTV footage of a patron attacking a machete-wielding man who was attempting to rob a Melbourne gaming venue. Two men smashed their way through a window to get into the venue at St Albans, in Melbourne’s north-west, on November 12. One was carrying a machete while the other was armed with a metal pole. The footage, released by Victoria Police in an effort to find the suspects, showed one man waving the machete while he threatened one of the patrons, a man seen in the vision with a light-coloured top.

Naumi Hotels, the Singapore-based design hotel group, has appointed Jeremy Mossman as General Manager of Naumi Auckland Airport.

An s.394 (Unfair dismissal) application by Mark Dunn citing Australian League and Hospitality Group Pty Ltd has been spurned by Fair Work Deputy President Clancy in Melbourne on 21 January 2019.

United Voice and Tasmania Country Club – Casino Proprietary Limited will also debate a s.739 (Application to deal with a dispute) before the same Commissioner Gregory in Hearing Room 5, Second Floor in Hobart at the same time.

United Voice and Australian National Hotels Pty Ltd will contest a s.739 (Application to deal with a dispute) before Commissioner Gregory in Hearing Room 5, Second Floor in Hobart at 11am.