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Morrison Government to "consult" on paid FDV leave: Cash

The Morrison Government has declined to endorse the FWC's provisional view extending 10 days' paid domestic leave to about 2.6 million award-covered workers, a decision partly based on evidence that it is an "emerging standard" in bargaining and over-award arrangements.


Alleged "tax dodges" at heart of sacked advisor's $13M claim

A former Greenwoods & Herbert Smith Freehills partner is suing the advisory firm for $13 million after claiming that it constructively dismissed him for questioning major client Lendlease's "aggressive" approach to tax on several projects.

FWC report confirms agreements in freefall over decade

Agreement approvals have almost halved in the space of about a decade, according to the latest three-yearly FWC general manager's reports, while almost 60% of the 12,300 endorsed in the most recent reporting period contained undertakings.

"Killer argument" for Labor to set up Fair Work court

It would be "most logical" for Labor if it takes power on May 21 to create a Fair Work court to sit alongside the FWC and deal with wage theft, discrimination and more, according to an employment law and IR academic who says this might also enable it to "rebalance" appointments.

Balanced FWC appointments after we fix Libs' "stack": Labor

An Albanese Labor Government will "fix the stack" of the Fair Work Commission bench before returning to the convention of making half of new appointments from employer backgrounds and half from unions, according to Shadow IR Minister Tony Burke.


Adverse action finding "contaminated" by conspiracy theory

The Federal Court has ordered a case be retried after finding the chair and temporary chief executive of a large charity were not afforded a chance to properly challenge a ruling that they conspired to oust a problematic finance team member caught up in divisive internal politics.