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Trucking industry welcomes senate committee plan on closing loopholes
Pushing right to disconnect through parliament a recipe for disaster
MUA lands new four year deal with Dubai Ports delivering fair pay, safety and work-life balance
Invest $5 billion to fix roads
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
Senate report a valuable contribution that highlights shortcomings of IR bill
Fair Work Act changes: Protecting Worker Entitlements
Tasmanians losing out: Less than 5% of casual workers who want permanent jobs can secure one
Australia Post remediates payroll errors
HUNGRY PANDA RIDER PUNISHED FOR PROTESTING PAY AND SAFETY LAUNCHES LEGAL ACTION AS RIDERS DELIVER DEMANDS
Closing Loopholes: Fair Work Act changes
Paid Agents Working Group established
Modern Awards Review 2023-24: Discussion paper on work and care released
FWO urges compliance with Closing Loopholes law changes
AWU drives better deal for Traffic Controllers
Variation of modern awards to include a delegates’ rights term
Port dispute could cost NSW badly
BMA Rail crews on track for industrial action as bargaining breaks down
New and updated general protections forms published
TWU SLAMS CLEANAWAY FOR RENEGING ON BARGAINING COMMITMENTS DAYS BEFORE CHRISTMAS
Joint statement of the General Manager of the Fair Work Commission and The Australian Workers’ Union
Fair Work Commission’s first enforceable undertaking
The Fair Work Commission’s first Enforceable Undertaking (EU)
President’s statement about Closing Loopholes Act issued
Modern Awards Review 2023-24: Job security
Closing Loopholes Act has commenced
Statement | In-principle agreement reached on Cabin Crew Enterprise Agreement
Dubai Ports’ managers walk away from negotiations on the cusp of Christmas
Crisis talks to continue for Virgin cabin crew
First quarterly decline in hours worked since September quarter 2021
NDIA releases latest financial sustainability report
CME says Federal Government’s IR deal is deaf to industry, business and voter concerns
Kate Schaffner announced as Director of Creative Workplaces
Radical delegates’ rights in “Closing Loopholes” Bill an early Christmas present for unions
Government delivers tradies a Christmas blow
Zombie agreements have now sunsetted
Deep flaws remain in “Closing Loopholes” Bill
Union takes QUT to court over dodgy fixed-term contracts
Statement by Michele Bullock, Governor: Monetary Policy Decision
CABIN CREW CALL VIRGIN BACK TO NEGOTIATIONS WITH OVERWHELMING VOTE TO PURSUE PROTECTED INDUSTRIAL ACTION
Withdrawal of amalgamation of the Mining and Energy Union from the CFMMEU from 1 December 2023
‘Brand new union’: Mining and Energy Union celebrates first day of independence
More than $2 billion boost for aged care homes to fund award wage increase
CPSU members vote to endorse APS wide package
Reported Greens / Government bargaining changes would result in even more unfairness to employers
IR Bill amendments make a bad Bill worse