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AIRC, now known as Fair Work Australia
The Australian Industrial Relations Commission (AIRC) now
Fair Work Australia is an independent, national tribunal dealing with employment issues including industrial dispute
resolution, unfair and unlawful dismissals, awards & industrial action.
The Fair Work Australia is the Federal jurisdiction that deals with these cases. There are also state bodies that deal with some matters, it is important that your claim is lodged in the right place. (call us if your not sure)
When is a dismissal unfair?
A dismissal is unfair if it is:br />
· harsh, unjust or unreasonable.
Lodging an application for reinstatement
Employees are able to lodge an application for reinstatement with the AIRC (Australian Industrial Relations Commission)
now Fairwork Australia. Applications must be lodged within fourteen (14) days of the date of termination. Determining which
Commission you lodge your application with is dependent upon whether you are covered under the state or federal jurisdiction.
You may need to do some research on this or call us.
What Fair Work Australia (FWA) do?
If the FWA considers that an employee has been unfairly dismissed, the FWA may make the following orders to:
Giving an employee notice of termination
Employees must be given proper notice before they are dismissed (except in cases of serious misconduct or where
payment in lieu of notice is given to the employee). The period of notice depends on how long an employee has been employed.
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