Latest fair work News

Construction business operator faces court
Cleaning business operators in court
ABC discloses more staff underpayments
Optus finds wage underpayments spanning six years to March 2020
Sydney refrigeration business in court
Brisbane café operator penalised
Union lodges $2 million wage theft claim at Sydney University
QUBE ignores Premier’s call to return to negotiations
QUBE Ports risking WA economy by failing to negotiate
Transport company penalised
Hairdressing salon operator penalised
QUBE walks away from Port of Fremantle talks
QUBE ignores fwc bid to solve port dispute
FWO takes action against Commonwealth Bank
Woolworths to pay workers another $50 million to make up for underpayments
Brisbane sole trader penalised
Restaurant operators in court
ASU successfully defends employee redundancy entitlements
Nail salon in court
Former Perth Thai restaurant operators in court
More than $300,000 recovered for security staff
Government denies permanent work to long-term TAFE teachers
Union calls out zero casual conversion at Western Sydney Uni
Delivering stronger TasTAFE for future
Sydney law firm faces court
NSW contract cleaning business in court
Restaurant company director penalised
Window and door construction business in court
WA labour hire company and contractor penalised $29,000 for age discrimination
Bribie Island sushi restaurant operator in court
Brisbane transport company in court
Startrack fails to block tomorrow’s job security strike
Fair Work Commission publishes 6 years of modern awards data
Position Vacant: National Legal Officer – VIC/TAS
Gold Coast restaurant operators penalised
Noodles chain faces investigation
AWU moves to close loophole allowing farms to get away with paying $3/hour
McGowan Government delivers funding boost for community services
Perth café allegedly falsified pay records
Migrant wage theft worsened during crisis
Government unveils legislative reforms to casual work
Queensland construction company faces Court
Simson urges workers to dob in rogue operators
Support industrial relations reform to back mining jobs
Parliament must fix our broken IR system
Industrial relations reform – supporting jobs and our economic recovery
Modest Enterprise Bargaining Agreement changes are just a first step
BHP tries to revive dead and buried workplace deals