An item 16 Sch. 3 (termination of transitional instrument) application by Women’s Liberation Halfway House Inc T/A Women’s Liberation Halfway House has been endorsed by Fair Work Deputy President Young in Melbourne on 11 June 2021.

The Department of Health is facing a s.739 (application to deal with a dispute) before Fair Work Deputy President Hamilton (by telephone) in Melbourne (Markey).

Junction Support Services Ltd has been served with a s.394 (application for dismissal remedy) to front before Commissioner O’Neill (by telephone) in Melbourne (Croxford).

Lee Hostel Committee Limited is facing a s.394 (application for unfair dismissal remedy) in front of Deputy President Bull (by telephone) in Sydney (Smit).

An application for approval of the Mt. La Verna Retirement Village (Inc) Residential Care Staff Agreement 2021 has been ratified.

The Victorian Department of Health and Human Services has a s.739 (application to deal with a dispute) on foot before Fair Work Commissioner O’Neill (by telephone) in Melbourne (McDonald).

The Health Services Union and Catholic HealthCare Limited have a s.739 (application to deal with a dispute) on foot before Commissioner Johns (by MS Teams Teleconference) in Sydney.

Group Chief Executive Gordon MacLeod said Marsha was a standout candidate to lead Ryman’s sales and marketing teams in Australia and New Zealand. “We’re delighted to be able to welcome Marsha aboard,’’ Mr MacLeod said. “She has an impressive record in diverse industries at a very senior level, and we think she’ll make a great addition to the Ryman team.’’ Ms Cadman has extensive experience across both sales and marketing, with a strong focus on strategy and the customer. Previous roles include Group Manager Customer, Strategy and Marketing at South East Water in Melbourne, and General Manager Brand, People and Strategy at MyState Financial in Tasmania. Prior to relocating back to Melbourne in April, Marsha was General Manager Strategy, Customer and Sustainability at Waste Management New Zealand in Auckland.