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Published: 27 May 2015 8:14pm
CPSU members in 17 APS agencies are set to begin a campaign of rolling four-hour stoppages next month, as the union seeks to pressure the federal government to increase its sub-inflation pay offers.
Published: 22 April 2015 8:55am
The Abbott Government has called for Federal Opposition leader Bill Shorten to reject a union push for greater access to the financial details of employers during bargaining.
Published: 16 April 2015 10:41am
ASX top 100 company Asciano, which estimates that its subsidiary Patrick's last bruising bargaining round cost it $21 million, is calling for a greater role for the Fair Work Commission in "agreement facilitation".
Published: 06 March 2015 1:54am
The chief executive of the $84 billion AustralianSuper fund has urged unions to ensure that they make industry super funds the default option in enterprise agreements.
Published: 11 December 2014 1:05am
The MUA will start protected strikes at three of DP World's container ports today, despite the company threatening to respond by locking out workers.
Published: 17 October 2014 11:40am
A five-day strike at Mermaid Marine's Dampier supply base has emerged as a test of how employers and employees adapt to the winding down of major offshore resources construction projects.
Published: 13 October 2014 5:19pm
The MUA has given notice of five consecutive 24-hour stoppages at the Dampier supply base operated by Mermaid Marine Australia, starting from Wednesday.
Published: 29 September 2014 1:45pm
The MUA is using its industrial muscle to extract up to $1 million from employers for training funds that the Heydon Royal Commission acknowledges are legitimate, the inquiry heard today.
Published: 17 September 2014 8:29am
The impact on public sector bargaining of the implied constitutional limitation on Commonwealth interference with state governments is still not well enough understood, according to long-serving CPSU Victoria secretary Karen Batt.
Published: 12 September 2014 10:20am
The battle over shorter work rosters for fly-in, fly-out workers on resource projects looks set to spread to Chevron's $54 billion Gorgon LNG project.