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Published: 18 February 2016 3:21pm
Employees in Employment Minister Michaelia Cash's department have narrowly voted-up a new enterprise deal that provides a 6% pay increase over three years.
Published: 12 October 2015 6:07pm
The documentation for a $300,000 payment by the builder of Melbourne's EastLink toll road to the AWU appears to have been "deliberately falsified", the Heydon Royal Commission heard today.
Published: 01 September 2015 3:34pm
Blackmores rewards staff with six weeks' bonus; Telstra employees opt for higher pay over redundancy choice; MBA construction wages report sets "backdrop" to EBA wage negotiations.
Published: 21 August 2015 8:30am
The FWC has declined to issue bargaining orders against the MUA for its conduct in negotiations with offshore oil and gas vessel operators, despite finding it misrepresented the employers' position, played "fast and loose with the truth" and behaved in a manner that raised questions about whether it was genuinely trying to make replacement agreements.
Published: 07 July 2015 6:04pm
Labor has today accused Australian Public Service Commissioner John Lloyd of favouritism towards his own workforce to get his agreement across the line.
Published: 06 July 2015 10:03am
In an important ruling, the Federal Court has found that an interim bargaining order that the MUA didn’t comply with was “spent” and didn’t stop it proceeding with protected industrial action.
Published: 29 June 2015 8:35am
A revised enterprise deal with an extra day off in each roster cycle for the Gorgon LNG project’s largest contractor, CB&I, has been voted down, after a ballot closed on Friday evening.
Published: 15 June 2015 3:30pm
A proposed agreement that sought to reduce working days each roster period from 26 to 23 days for the Gorgon LNG project's largest contractor has been voted down.
Published: 10 June 2015 3:59pm
BlueScope Steel has denied having made the decision to shut its Port Kembla steelworks, but has confirmed it is seeking major cost reductions through current enterprise bargaining negotiations.
Published: 10 June 2015 10:57am
The AWU expects employees at Esso Australia's Bass Strait oil operations to reject the company's proposed new enterprise agreements, which include shifting from seven-day to 14-day roster cycles for offshore workers.