Fair Work Australia decided last week that by introducing the new behaviour requirements, RMIT had not breached its working agreement with employees. The National Tertiary Education Union has appealed the decision, but a hearing date has yet to be set. We are better for our diversity. If we listen to those who are different from us or who challenge us, we together leave stronger. If we feel at home, we can do so much more. We respect each other, accept our differences, and build a sense of belonging within our team and beyond. Our goal is to provide our students with life-changing experiences and help shape the world with research, innovation, teaching and industrial engagement. He said academics were free to follow their subject matter and promote their results. Andrew Stewart, a law professor at the University of Adelaide, said it was reasonable for managers in other areas, such as distribution, to expect positive behaviour from employees. . . .