Latest Fair Work Act News

In Case You Missed It – Changes From December 2023
Sydney physio and rehab company faces court
Finance and insurance brokerage business in court
CBA fined $10.3m for wage theft
FWO secures record $10.34 million penalties against Commonwealth Bank and CommSec
More Problems With Closing the Loopholes Law
$137,435 in penalties against former director, manager, and accounting firm of La La Bar Group companies
Health industry labour-hire company in court
Latest IR changes create less productive and more rigid and complex workplaces
Northern Tasmanian farms checked for underpayments
Finance and mortgage broking company in court
Landscaping company penalised
Pushing right to disconnect through parliament a recipe for disaster
Vietnamese eateries allegedly underpaid workers more than $400,000
Blue Haven Bonaira tender update
Government should adopt crossbench changes and consult on rushed ‘Right to Disconnect’ proposal
Fair Work Act changes: Protecting Worker Entitlements
Tasmanians losing out: Less than 5% of casual workers who want permanent jobs can secure one
Closing Loopholes: Fair Work Act changes
Paid Agents Working Group established
FWO urges compliance with Closing Loopholes law changes
Modern Awards Review 2023-24: Job security
Explaining Closing Loopholes Bill for workers
Radical delegates’ rights in “Closing Loopholes” Bill an early Christmas present for unions
Union takes QUT to court over dodgy fixed-term contracts
CABIN CREW CALL VIRGIN BACK TO NEGOTIATIONS WITH OVERWHELMING VOTE TO PURSUE PROTECTED INDUSTRIAL ACTION
Reported Greens / Government bargaining changes would result in even more unfairness to employers
A myriad of deficiencies remain after hurriedly crafted IR amendments
ITF’s Nowhere to Hide Campaign shines a light on wage theft aboard cargo ships throughout Victoria, South Australia and Tasmania
Australia’s labour market remains highly segregated: UNSW report
Dispute about requests for flexible work arrangements
Union welcomes latest university wage theft court case
President’s statement announcing a new modern awards review
QANTAS BOARD MUST BE SPILLED AS HIGH COURT UNANIMOUSLY DISMISSES APPEAL ON ILLEGAL SACKINGS
Parliament must oppose draconian IR Bill
Albanese Labor Government to criminalise wage theft
Innes Willox: Comment on proposed third tranche of workplace relations legislation
Stronger Workplace Protections Against Family and Domestic Violence
Incremental change to gender pay gap little comfort as cost of living bites
Wage theft costing workers nearly $850m a year
New national human rights framework for Australia
Potential changes for casuals bad for both employers and workers
New Fair Work Ombudsman
BHP backs away from locking striking OS workers out of camp
Increase to application fee for 2023-24
Protecting worker entitlements 22 June
ASIC disqualifies NSW director for three and a half years
Eligible protected action ballot agents