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RSRT revival not assured under Labor's evolving IR policy

The Federal Labor Opposition has confirmed it is at odds with key industry bodies in accepting the link between truck drivers' pay and conditions and road safety, but stopped short of committing to re-establishing the Road Safety Remuneration Tribunal (RSRT).

New labour hire regime begins, with lawyers among those spared

Australia's first labour hire licensing regime comes into effect in Queensland today with legislators attempting to meet industry concerns about its wide cast by tackling the thorny issue of who is and who isn't caught in its scope.

Legislators need to deliver: Gig platform

Gig economy platform Deliveroo has called on legislators to help provide "the best of both worlds" to their riders by considering workplace law changes that would enable linking of benefits with the number of deliveries, without "sacrificing. . . flexible supplier agreements".

Ministerial s-x ban has no place in private sector, says IR expert

As independent federal MP Cathy McGowan vows to push for a new ministerial sex ban to be extended to all those working in Parliament, an IR lawyer says the approach has little practical use in the private sector where the focus is on disclosure.

Third state labour hire bill only two votes away

Victoria has moved closer to becoming the third state to regulate the labour hire industry after legislation last week reached the upper house, where the government needs to secure the votes of two of the five minor party members.