Refusing To Offer Future Shifts To An Intermittent Employee, Can It Be Considered Unfair Dismissal In Western Australia?

Intermittent Employee

The FWC ruled that the dismissal of an intermittent Border Force employee was not related to unsatisfactory performance but was related to his inappropriate behaviour. He was not given warning that if further complaints were made of him engaging in disrespectful and inappropriate behaviour when dealing with passengers, his employment was to be terminated. Without this warning, his dismissal was unfair. The Border Force employee had been working at the airport since 2006. He was a non-ongoing Border Force employee who had been engaged to perform irregular or intermittent at…

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