Workplace Complaints Tracker

Workplace Complaints Tracker

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Date: 30/06/2017

Code: 42092423

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Description

The Workplace Complaints Tracker (WCT) is a comprehensive, searchable collection of personal complaints cases arising under the Fair Work Act 2009 (Cth).

The WCT allows users to conduct specialised research based on the specific details of workplace complaints and their outcomes.

The Workplace Complaints Tracker is updated constantly and backed by a team of Thomson Reuters legal editors. With the Workplace Complaints Tracker legal practitioners and human resource professionals will be armed with a stronger understanding of the Fair Work Commission’s approach to disputes.

 

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Thomson Reuters' editors provide specialist consideration and analysis of thousands of cases. The Workplace Complaints Tracker's unique search template enables users to conduct research focused on the specific circumstances of each workplace complaint. The search interface is backed by Thomson Reuters' trusted experience with Westlaw AU flagship Firstpoint.

 

Using the advanced search template, users can quickly identify relevant cases using  a number of factors, as:

  • the action type of the complaint - such as bullying, unlawful termination or unfair dismissal;
  • the basis of any complaint, such as poor performance, insubordination or harrasment;
  • employment type;
  • successful party – employee or employer;
  • the types of remedies and the amount of financial award. Subscribers can also search for the quantum of remedies, such as cases in which the remedy exceeded $50,000 or was less than $1000
  • whether costs were ordered;
  • industry.

Features

Case Summaries

Summaries are written by Thomson Reuters' Cases Legal Editors. These brief catchword summaries include just the facts and the conclusion and give the researcher a route to the answer of whether the case is relevant in the shortest possible time.

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