Latest trade union News

Election outcome is victory for workers
What new data on leadership trends reveals about Australians
Union victory delivers Domestic Violence Leave for Award Employees
Deindustrialization as fact and fiction
Solidarity in stadium
AIST pays tribute to super pioneer Tom McDonald
Cbus remembers Tom McDonald AM
Labor’s portable entitlements plan is sound policy
2022 World Day for Safety and Health at Work and Workers’ Memorial Day
Introduction from Craig Renney
Fair Pay Agreements an idea whose time has come
MUA Now Hiring: Legal/Industrial Officer – WA
JobKeeper needed in flood-affected regions
CTU solidarity with Ukraine
Rio Tinto and global mining unions hold biannual summit
MUA Now Hiring: Policy Analyst – Oil & Gas
Free RATs in schools: Union calls for six-week extension
Stifling new measures against striking workers are ‘unjustified’ – UN human rights experts: Cambodia
CFMEU statement on Dyson Heydon settlement
Hutchinson and CFMMEU engaged in boycott on Brisbane construction site
Concerns over ‘opaque’ political donations
Consultation begins on income insurance scheme to protect workers, benefit businesses
Svitzer termination bid could risk Australian supply chains, harm Maersk reputation
Court slams ABCC over false “throat slit gesture” claims
One year into coup, Bachelet urges governments and businesses to heed voices of people, intensify pressure on military
ABCC fines workers while letting bosses off hook
Jordan issues record number of work permits to Syrian refugees
UN experts deeply concerned by alleged trafficking of Vietnamese migrant workers to Serbia
MUA Backs Sydney Festival Artist-Boycott on Palestine and Calls for More Action
Too many Kiwi workers financially vulnerable as Omicron looms – annual workforce survey
Scott Morrison abandons workers, holds secret meeting with Employers to wind back isolation requirements
Arrests of strikers may amount to breach of human rights law – UN experts: Cambodia
Darcy Byrne and Jessica D’Arienzo elected to lead Inner West Council
City joins UN Race to Zero campaign
Foreign Affairs Minister issues statement on Hong Kong Legislative Council elections
Statement on Legislative Council elections
New approach to apprentices
CTU back Fair Pay Agreements to set minimum standards for pay and conditions
UN expert calls for ‘inclusive society’ to end scourge of slavery: Sri Lanka
UN expert to assess right to protest and form associations: Niger
UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Michelle Bachelet concludes her official visit to Burkina Faso
International Day for Abolition of Slavery, 2 December 2021
Amazon’s Big Friday Black Day for Worker Rights
UN expert to visit to assess contemporary forms of slavery: Sri Lanka
PSA mourns loss of much loved Kaumātua
Well deserved pay rise for essential workers
FSU recognised internationally for organising efforts during pandemic
Living Wage in core public service shows way