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Bench delivers big award coverage win for Coles

A Federal Court full bench has upheld a finding that the main retail award applies to delivery drivers employed by the online arm of supermarket giant Coles.

Partial pay freeze, jobs saved, under Qantas-ALAEA agreement

They reached their last bargaining deal only after a bloody industrial battle that culminated in a fleet grounding, but this time round Qantas and the ALAEA have struck an in-principle agreement without disputation that delivers each side some significant wins - including the reversal of redundancies and a partial pay-freeze.

Pay freeze better than no job: Abetz

Employment Minister Eric Abetz has declared that a frozen wage is better than no job, while refusing to comment on pay freeze deals being struck by individual employers.

Wage growth required to rebuild global economy: Report

Increasing labour's share of the pie is one of the keys to re-igniting global economic growth, according to a report prepared for a meeting of G20 labour and employment ministers in Melbourne.

Tasmania legislates post-winter freeze for public servants

Tasmania's Hodgman Government has introduced draft legislation for its proposal to impose a 12-month freeze on the wages and incremental increases of the state's 24,000 public servants and remove the State IRC's power to award future pay increases above a 2% Government-set cap.

Law firm predicts industrial action, productivity, next on agenda

A new report from a major employment law firm predicts that the Senate will pass the Abbott Government's Fair Work Act and building industry amendments, suggests the next reforms will be limits on industrial action and productivity requirements for enterprise agreements, and highlights the lower than expected activity in the FWC's anti-bullying jurisdiction.

Lawyers' salaries up 3.8% this financial year

Legal salaries continued their slow recovery from the 2012 crash, but a high percentage of lawyers considered leaving their job during the last financial year, according to a new report from recruitment firm Mahlab.