28 June 2019
SAET is making changes
From July 2019, SAET is introducing new processes that will streamline how individuals and organisations interact with the Tribunal:
- All forms have been revised with new Word and/or PDF versions now available on the SAET Forms page.
- Some forms are available to complete and submit online, with the remainder to progressively shift to online applications in the coming months.
- Online applications will result in faster processing and earlier advice of hearing dates.
- Eventually, the Word and PDF versions of forms will be removed.
- This is the first round of improvements as SAET shifts to a new electronic case management system.
- The new system will deliver operational efficiencies and enable SAET staff to focus on adding value to Tribunal proceedings.
- Further changes will occur over the course of 2019 and all will be in accordance with existing Acts, Regulations and Rules.
- Some changes may require an update to SAET’s Practice Directions.
- Find out more about how SAET is changing here.
- View the updated SAET Forms page here.
24 June 2019
S 33(21) List – Soldi
The s 33(21) List continues to be managed by President Justice Dolphin.
The matter of Soldi is now listed for hearing before the Full Bench on Wednesday 18 September 2019 at 10:15am.
Enquiries regarding the s 33(21) List should be directed to David Quast firstname.lastname@example.org.
7 June 2019
There will be a Special Sitting to mark the appointment of Deputy President Judge Anthony Rossi on Monday 17 June 2019.
17 December 2018
State Wage Case
On 5 September 2018, the Full Bench made a Declaration and Orders under s 100 of the Fair Work Act 1994.
On 5 September 2018, the Full Bench made a Declaration of the Minimum Standard for Remuneration pursuant to s 69(3) of the Fair Work Act 1994.
Further argument regarding the State Wage Case was heard by the Full Bench on 30 November 2018. The Full Bench has reserved its judgment.
22 November 2018
S 33(21) List
The Ledo List will now be referred to as the s 33(21) List. The s 33(21) List will continue to be managed by President Justice Dolphin.
Two matters have been identified as appropriate cases to be referred to the Full Bench on a question of law. Those matters are Soldi and Siciliano.
The matters are listed for hearing before the Full Bench on Friday 31 May 2019 at 10:15am. The exact question of law to be referred to the Full Bench is being formulated. An update on the formulation of the question of law will be provided on the SAET website and via email in due course.
Enquiries regarding the s 33(21) List should be directed to email@example.com.
27 August 2018
The Tribunal has determined that it will place in a separate list, all cases for which the South Australian Employment Tribunal Full Bench decision in Return to Work SA v Ledo will be persuasive on any resolution.
The List will be known as the Ledo List and will be managed by the President. Emails have been sent to representatives for matters that have been placed in the Ledo List.
Enquiries regarding the Ledo List should be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
8 August 2018
New forms for Application for Internal Review (A95) and Application for Appeal (A96)
From Wednesday, 8 August 2018, new forms have been approved for Applications for Appeal and Applications for Internal Review. The new approved forms replace the previous A95. In all cases where an application is made pursuant to section 66 of the South Australian Employment Tribunal Act 2014, form A95 should now be used. Where an application is made pursuant to section 67 of the South Australian Employment Tribunal Act 2014, form A96 should now be used. If the application is out of time, follow the directions on the form. The forms are available on this website under the Resources heading.
1 August 2018
Adelaide Advertiser to Cease Publishing Today’s Listings page
From Monday, 13 August 2018, the Adelaide Advertiser will cease publishing the Law Courts – Todays Listings page. The last publication date will be Friday, 10 August 2018. SAET’s daily cause list will continue to be available on this website.
23 May 2018
Rudduck and Karpathakis List
The Tribunal has determined that it will place in a separate list, all cases for which the Supreme Court decisions in the matters of RTWSA v Rudduck (SCCIV 1102/2017) and RTWSA v Karpathakis (SCCIV 1098/2017) will be persuasive on any resolution.
This list will be known as the Rudduck and Karpathakis List and will be managed by the President. It is expected that this case management approach will free up time for busy Presidential Members and representatives and relieve pressure on Tribunal resources.
Emails have been sent to representatives for matters that have been placed in the Rudduck and Karpathakis List advising that previously listed dates have been vacated with liberty to apply.
Enquiries regarding the Rudduck and Karpathakis List should be directed to email@example.com.