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Ferrari chief's secrecy bid stalls in Federal Court

The Federal Court has this afternoon rejected a request from Ferrari Australasia's former chief executive for a confidentiality order to suppress details of his discontinued general protections claim.

ACTU pushes for real minimum rise as AiG seeks freeze

The ACTU and the Victorian Government in supplementary submissions to the FWC's annual wage review have maintained their requests for real wage increases, while the AiG has fallen into line with ACCI and backed a freeze.

Unions not biting government's $1000 carrot to freeze pay

Unions are still in the dark about which NSW public servants would qualify for a $1000 frontline worker 'bonus' in lieu of a pay rise, while a health union has asked the State Treasurer to ditch a 2.5% wages cap before it puts the offer to members.

Unions seek time to respond to COVID-19 building award change

Unions objecting to a joint employer group bid for coronavirus-driven variations to building awards that would allow hours to be cut to zero have today also questioned its validity, given two of the peak bodies are not registered organisations.

CFMMEU given shot at blast coverage

The FWC has granted the CFMMEU a majority support determination covering Orica's explosives workers at an open cut mine on the basis they are engaged "in connection" with the coal industry.

Coach's bullying led to mental illness, claims team manager

The A-League's newest club is being sued by its former team manager, who claims persistent bullying by the head coach - including being directed to wash the other man's dirty laundry - contributed to a mental illness.

Scramble for seats at PM's IR roundtables

Prime Minister Scott Morrison's plan for a dialogue with unions and employers over changes to workplace laws has sparked a scramble among stakeholders to get a seat at the table.