Minda Incorporated wil face a s.739 (Application to deal with a dispute in relation to flexible working arrangements) argument before Fair Work Commissioner Platt In Chambers in Adelaide at noon (Jauhar)

Calvary Health Care T/A Little Company Of Mary Health Care Limited will answer a s.394 (application for unfair dismissal remedy) today in front of Deputy President Saunders at Level 3, 237 Wharf Road, Newcastle (Shepheard).

The Community Accommodation and Respite Agency Inc has a s.394 (application for unfair dismissal remedy) to defend before Commissioner Hampton in Chambers in Adelaide (Maheshe).

The Independent Education Union of Australia (130N) and The Baptist Union of Queensland – Carinity T/A Carinity have a s.739 (application to deal with a dispute) on foot before Fair Work Commissioner Simpson by telephone (QLD Time) in Brisbane today.

The Salvation Army has a s.372 (application to deal with other contravention disputes) to snuff out before Commissioner McKinnon (video using Microsoft Teams) in Melbourne (Olson).

An application for approval of the Helping Minds Staff Agreement 2021 (s.185 – application for approval of a single-enterprise agreement) will be determined by Deputy President Mansini in the Fair Work Commission 11 Exhibition Street Melbourne.

The ACT Government – Community Services Directorate must deal with a s.394 (application for unfair dismissal remedy) in front of Deputy President Dean (by telephone AEDT ACT Time) in Canberra today (Shevlin).

REDHS has announced two newly appointed life governors: Thelma Walles and Thomas Murphy. The awards, made at the online REDHS annual general meeting on December 9, were presented in person on Friday, December 17, by board chair David Rosia and chief executive Karen Laing. Life governorship recognises the contribution both Mrs Walles and Mr Murphy have made as volunteers over 13 and 15 years respectively through Yalukang Aged Care and the Social Support Group services.