Thursday, February 25, 2010

Bosses rapped for valid sacking

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The nation's industrial umpire has ruled that a long-term employee who was legitimately sacked for repeated safety breaches must be reinstated and paid compensation because of his poor education and poor job prospects. In the latest ruling to concern business, Fair Work Australia found the worker had engaged in "relatively serious misconduct", but ruled the sacking void due to his length of service and the fact he was a poorly educated middle-aged family man,

[I.e., a victim. The inevitable result of a society based on the equality of outcomes.]


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