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Full Federal Court ruling clarifies super obligations

Employers with workers on annualised salaries have only to pay superannuation on standard hours at ordinary rates of pay, a full Federal Court led by Chief Justice James Allsop has ruled.



Openness not an "all or nothing" proposition: Deputy president

The NUW has succeeded in its second run at a majority support determination covering a highly casualised workforce after overcoming objections to redacted petitions, texts and emails, evidence of violence and a shrinking of the eligible cohort to less than half that put forward by the company.

FWC rejects "living wage" arguments with 3% rise

The FWC has rejected the ACTU's push for a "living wage", finding it would require increases in the minimum wage that posed a "significant risk of disemployment".

News Flash: Award wages up by 3% from July 1

The Fair Work Commission has granted award-reliant workers a 3% increase, lifting the national minimum wage by $21.60 a week or 57 cents an hour in this year's annual wage review ruling.


Cabinet reshuffle confirms fears IR an "afterthought": Stewart

The Morrison Government's cabinet reshuffle transferring its industrial relations functions, bureaucracy and agencies to the Attorney-General's Department reinforces the sense the portfolio is an "afterthought", says a leading academic.