standard Bp Enterprise Agreement

The central question was therefore whether Tracey`s actions constituted just cause for dismissal. This required an evaluative evaluation of the video`s content. The Commission objected to BP`s characterisation of the video and found that it did not represent BP`s management team as a Nazi. Instead, the video compared (for satirical purposes) BP`s position in the company`s negotiations with the situation of the Nazi regime in 1945. On the contrary, the Full Bench said that the video showing Hitler`s awareness of the impending fall of Berlin and his subserging tirade against his subordinates was “used a thousand times” in Internet culture to persife contemporary situations. In the circumstances of this case, the Full Bench stated that it had been used to satirically compare Hitler`s fall in April 1945 to BP`s current position in the company`s negotiations. . . .