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Disability Carer Loses Unfair Dismissal After Washing Client With A Broom

Disability carer loses unfair dismissal after washing client with a broom

A disability carer has lost his unfair dismissal claim after being sacked for misconduct, including washing a client’s bottom with a broom.

Burn Group House in the ACT suspended Clinton Dahler after a number of allegations about his conduct.

For example, yelling at disabled clients, pushing and hit them, and misappropriating their money.

An investigation found he showered three disabled clients together, and had washed the bottom of another with a broom.

As a result, Disability ACT sacked him for serious misconduct.


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