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FWO secures record $10.34 million penalties against Commonwealth Bank and CommSec
Higher education staff winners in workplace law reform
BHP iron ore drivers give notice of 24-hour stoppage
Optus Retail signs Enforceable Undertaking
AWU leads takedown of second dodgy offshore maintenance EA
Fair Work Act changes: Protecting Worker Entitlements
Closing Loopholes: Fair Work Act changes
FWO urges compliance with Closing Loopholes law changes
Australian Catholic University admits to $3.6 million wage theft
New wages policy to support public sector workforce
Evidence of equity action puts University of Newcastle first in Australia
Office hours for 2023-24 holiday period
Statement | In-principle agreement reached on Cabin Crew Enterprise Agreement
Explaining Closing Loopholes Bill for workers
STRIKES AVERTED: VIRGIN CABIN CREW REACH WORK-LIFE BALANCE DEAL AND BETTER PAY
Crisis talks to continue for Virgin cabin crew
Zombie agreements have now sunsetted
Same Job Same Pay best Christmas present for labour hire workers
ACT Health Professionals need cost of living relief before Xmas
CABIN CREW CALL VIRGIN BACK TO NEGOTIATIONS WITH OVERWHELMING VOTE TO PURSUE PROTECTED INDUSTRIAL ACTION
CPSU members vote to endorse APS wide package
Reported Greens / Government bargaining changes would result in even more unfairness to employers
CPSU secures bolstered APS pay offer
Revised APS wide offer
Our hardworking Metro bus drivers receive pay rise from today
VIRGIN GROUND WORKERS LOCK IN FAIR PAY, JOB SECURITY AND INSOURCING
Quarterly wages growth highest in WPI history: Australia
Mining lobby’s lies about Closing Loopholes effect on the Pilbara should be dismissed
VIRGIN CABIN CREW FOLLOW GROUND CREW IN APPLICATION TO VOTE ON STRIKES
End of year timeframes for approving enterprise agreements
La Trobe Enterprise Agreement wins staff vote
Backpay win for non-APS workers
University agreement quashed by full bench
Offshore Alliance members at Chevron vote up industry standard Enterprise Bargaining Agreements
‘Had a gutful’: BHP Iron Ore Train Drivers back strike action to secure conditions
‘Shameful’: BHP argues it needs lower-paid labour hire to boost female, indigenous employment
Union launches petition to save disabled academic’s job
Good riddance BHP – coal mine sale a great result for permanent jobs
Offshore Alliance members at Chevron endorse draft Enterprise Agreements
Does your employer have to tell if they’re spying on you through your work computer?
Woodside members secure landmark EA
Offshore Alliance members at Chevron vote to recommence protected industrial action
Monash to face the music on wage theft after appeal fails
Historic decision gives low paid workers more bargaining power
Premier Daniel Andrews’ achievements will long benefit Victorians – a statement from ANMF (Vic Branch) Secretary Lisa Fitzpatrick
Lowest paid QLD coal terminal workers begin industrial campaign for pay that keeps pace with cost of living
Sydney Water workers to vote on summer strikes as management refuses to budge
Tasmanian bus package a first step towards arresting driver shortage