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ACTU secretary Sally McManus has boosted the peak union body's industrial law capacity by hiring the CFMEU construction and general division's senior national legal officer, Tom Roberts.
The ANMF has cemented its spot as Australia's biggest union – with a record 270,000 members - as federal secretary Lee Thomas announces that she will depart next month.
The CFMEU's construction and general division has elected ACT branch secretary Dean Hall to succeed militant veteran Joe McDonald as its national president.
CFMEU construction and general division WA branch secretary Mick Buchan has temporarily stepped down from his role while he recovers from liver transplant surgery.
ACTU president Ged Kearney might soon be leaving the peak body, if she wins preselection for a Labor heartland seat in the Victorian Parliament that is under threat from the Greens.
The ASX-listed law firm Slater & Gordon has announced plans to cut more than 90 jobs, close 10 offices and relocate others to cut costs as part of a "business-wide transformation plan".
A former deputy director-general of ASIO has been appointed as the new secretary of the Department of Employment.
The ASU has asked the law firm Slater & Gordon to be mindful of the loyal employees who have been "holding the place together" as it seeks to cut costs under its new US hedge fund ownership.
Slater & Gordon has been hit by another key departure from its IR and employment team, according to Victorian legal sources.
Prominent Melbourne lawyer Peter Gordon has confirmed he is re-launching his law firm and says "the doors are open" to recent high-profile departures from Slater & Gordon.