Latest Fair Work Act News

Darwin port workers resolve to take strike action against rogue employer
University of Melbourne faces court
Fair work Commission green lights Dnata ballot
$114,000 in penalties ordered against CFMMEU and two officials after disrupting works on Pacific Hwy upgrade
Perth construction business penalised
Former automotive repair operator penalised
CFMMEU official accused of threatening and abusive behaviour at NSW construction site
“Why would we let a middle-aged woman drive a car with lights and sirens
Peak bodies respond
Universal paid leave for family and domestic violence
Labor running protection racket for CFMMEU paymasters
Judge describes CFMMEU as “greatest recidivist offenders in Australian corporate history”
Major changes to Building Code
AWU welcomes first step in scrapping ABCC
Palm Beach cafe operator penalised
Ombudsman or Commission – what’s Fair Work difference?
CFMEU welcomes end of Construction Code
ACTU support for Svitzer workers
Melbourne painting company faces Court
Monash University accused of systemic underpayment of staff in new breach
Scheduled maintenance for some services
Fair work unfair dismissal application fees raised
Andrew Blakeley banned from holding entry permit for 12 months
ABC bargaining kicks off
Construction business penalised
Adelaide Cleanaway drivers deliver overwhelming 96% yes vote to strikes
Minimum wage increases today 1 July
Coffee and fast food company operators in court
NDIA Working From Home Dispute
CEPU and official penalised $72,000 for acting in an improper manner at Sunshine Coast construction site
FWO announces 2022-23 priorities
$204,000 penalties for Brisbane fast food operators
Tough conversation: An employer’s reminder to employee fails to count as performance warning
New ABS Labour Force Figures
Increase to general federal law court fees
$7.9 billion wage hike will hurt small business
QLD CFMMEU official Andrew Blakeley has entry permit suspended for three months
What will Labor’s proposed changes to Fair Work Act mean for Australians?
NEWSFLASH: We won casual conversion case
TWU slams Qantas cash splash on costly High Court appeal attempt over 2000 illegal sackings, dragging out workers’ suffering
Now Hiring: National Legal Officer – QLD
Former bistro business operators face court
ETU urges Goodline employees to VOTE NO to substandard agreement
Win for electrical workers at federal election 2022
Vaping company in court on cashback allegation
Operators of hair and beauty salon in court
NSW CFMMEU organiser Justin Hobson has permit suspended for three months
Employment Summit Ai Group business perspective