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Queensland Catholic teacher pay to top $100,000

The IEU's Queensland branch says the state's top Catholic school teachers would earn more than $100,000 annually under a proposed deal negotiated with the help of the FWC's New Approaches program.

Patrick pulls back on bargaining orders bid

Patrick Stevedores has discontinued its application for bargaining orders against the MUA after the parties agreed to further negotiations.

Patrick seeking bargaining orders to break impasse

Patrick Stevedores is asking the Fair Work Commission to end its year-long bargaining deadlock with the MUA at its four major container terminals, arguing the union has been stalling since mid-April on the company's "final offer".

FWC rejects CFMEU bid for bargaining orders at Loy Yang

A failed CFMEU bid for good faith bargaining orders against AGL Loy Yang has highlighted the robust "hard positional bargaining" at the company's power station and brown coal mine that has been complicated by a four-union single bargaining unit belatedly sharing the process with six newly-elected employee representatives.

Tribunal's Ross dragged into CFA dispute

Fair Work Commission President Iain Ross has been dragged into Victoria's firefighters' dispute, after state parliament heard he gave assurances about the proposed agreement for the Country Fire Authority.

Victoria seeks circuit-breaker for CFA dispute

The Andrews Labor Government has brought in Victoria's Emergency Management Commissioner to help broker a peace deal in the standoff between paid and volunteer firefighters, which has spilled over into the federal election campaign.

CFA wary of FWC bid to end bargaining stand-off

Victoria's Country Fire Authority has "serious concerns" about a Fair Work Commission "final recommendation" that seeks to break a bargaining deadlock that threatens to become a political crisis for the Andrews Labor Government.

Catholic employers and union re-commit to FWC's New Approaches program

The Queensland Catholic Education Commission and the IEU have agreed to continue negotiations for teaching and support staff agreements via the FWC's New Approaches interest-based dispute resolution process, after the employers last month withdrew from the process on the basis that it was "another delaying tactic".