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Former Sony Music employees consider class action lawsuit

Former Sony Music employees consider class action lawsuit

A dozen former staff members are considering legal action after the music company launched an investigation into its workplace culture.

  • by Nathanael Cooper

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Two Sony Music Australia executives stood down as company investigates culture

Two Sony Music Australia executives stood down as company investigates culture

Denis Handlin’s son, Pat, and the local head of human resources have been placed on indefinite leave as the company’s investigation into workplace culture continues

  • by Nathanael Cooper
Australian boss of Sony Music fired as company investigates workplace culture

Australian boss of Sony Music fired as company investigates workplace culture

Denis Handlin, the CEO and chairman of Sony Music Australia, was fired on Monday as the company investigates the culture at the recording industry behemoth.

  • by Nathanael Cooper
Brief of evidence into Brittany Higgins matter handed to prosecutors

Brief of evidence into Brittany Higgins matter handed to prosecutors

The police investigation into the allegation Brittany Higgins was raped by a colleague in Parliament House is reaching its final stages.

  • by Anthony Galloway
This SBS journalist was allegedly bullied, harassed, then sacked. Now she’s fighting back.
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This SBS journalist was allegedly bullied, harassed, then sacked. Now she’s fighting back.

A lawsuit over the departure of a former SBS journalist adds to concerns about a dysfunctional culture at the public broadcaster.

  • by Charlotte Grieve and Zoe Samios
‘They need to focus on supporting the victims’: Sony Music expands workplace investigation

‘They need to focus on supporting the victims’: Sony Music expands workplace investigation

After it was revealed Sony Music’s US headquarters were investigating the workplace culture in the Australian arm of the company, an external counsel has been engaged to hear allegations of bullying, harassment and more.

  • by Nathanael Cooper
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Government bars Senate bid for inquiry into Porter’s suitability to be a minister

Government bars Senate bid for inquiry into Porter’s suitability to be a minister

A push for an inquiry into Christian Porter’s fitness to be a minister has been stopped by the government’s unusual move to prevent a senator from introducing a bill.

  • by Katina Curtis
Burnout warning in WA’s under-pressure hospitals as staff leave blows out

Burnout warning in WA’s under-pressure hospitals as staff leave blows out

The number of staff owed more than eight weeks of annual leave at the five largest agencies under the Department of Health umbrella went up by more than 1800 people to 10,874 last year.

  • by Peter de Kruijff
Global Sony boss investigating bullying and harassment claims in Australia
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Global Sony boss investigating bullying and harassment claims in Australia

Sony Music’s head office in the US has held confidential discussions with at least four former and current staff members.

  • by Nathanael Cooper
‘It’s all secret and silent’: Confidentiality agreements that silence victims to be investigated

‘It’s all secret and silent’: Confidentiality agreements that silence victims to be investigated

“I think we need to think very carefully about whether non-disclosure agreements have done more harm than good,” workplace injury lawyer Liberty Sanger said.

  • by Sumeyya Ilanbey
‘Watershed moment’: Review recommends independent body to deal with parliamentary complaints

‘Watershed moment’: Review recommends independent body to deal with parliamentary complaints

Stephanie Foster’s report also revealed 38 complaints relating to bad behaviour by politicians had been made to the Department of Finance in recent years.

  • by Katina Curtis