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Published: 27 February 2020 1:11pm
Woolworths has retained former Fair Work Commission member Greg Harrison to independently review backpayment claims by current or former employees.
Published: 24 February 2020 3:19pm
The NSW Young Liberals have called on the Federal Coalition to establish a three-strike warning system to deal with employers that unintentionally underpay workers and for employees to "bear some of the risk", in a submission warning against "heavy-handed" policies.
Published: 20 February 2020 8:49am
The ABCC, in opposing entry permits for CFMMEU maritime division leaders, is relying on the view that they fall within its jurisdiction because they are officials of a "building association".
Published: 07 February 2020 1:28pm
The Federal Court has today ordered the AWU to pay an $18,000 penalty for pressing charges under its rules against two members who refused to support industrial action against Orica.
Published: 04 February 2020 2:44pm
In the ROC's appeal against the Federal Court ruling that invalidated its probe into the AWU's donations to Get Up, it claims the trial judge misconstrued prosecution time limits and misunderstood what constitutes "reasonable grounds" for the watchdog to start an investigation.
Published: 26 November 2019 1:14pm
The Federal Court has today declared invalid and quashed the ROC's decision to investigate past donations by the AWU.
Published: 13 November 2019 8:17am
The Federal Court has fined former AWU Victorian branch secretary Cesar Melhem $20,590 over a series of membership records breaches.
Published: 12 November 2019 4:15pm
The AWU has hit back at a Federal Circuit Court claim in which its former WA branch vice president is accusing the union of sacking her because she complained about alleged sexual harassment.
Published: 01 November 2019 11:12am
The NUW will face total penalties of $72,900 over unlawful industrial action at two Woolworths distribution centres in Melbourne in 2015, after a Federal Court ruling.
Published: 30 October 2019 2:31pm
The Fair Work Ombudsman has put companies and boards "on notice" after Woolworths revealed that 5,700 salaried employees at its supermarkets and metro stores have been underpaid by up to $300 million.