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Published: 06 March 2017 9:13am
The Turnbull Government has confirmed it will make a submission to the Fair Work Commission on how to handle the transition to lower penalty rates in the retail and hospitality sectors.
Published: 24 January 2017 4:30pm
Former HSU national secretary Kathy Jackson will face a four-week committal hearing later this year on 70 charges of theft and deception.
Published: 16 December 2016 8:41am
The FWC has warned registered organisations will have to deal with two regulatory bodies from early in the New Year.
Published: 09 December 2016 3:56pm
Unions are racing to move state-registered entities into the federal system by the end of December to avoid legal problems.
Published: 29 November 2016 4:07pm
The Fair Work Commission's new investigation into the AWU's Victorian branch and its former secretary, Cesar Melhem, will extend to the notorious Cleanevent enterprise agreement.
Published: 06 October 2016 3:19pm
The AMWU is seeking to change its rules so it can recruit independent contractors, while it is "re-thinking" how to tailor its membership packages to meet their needs.
Published: 19 September 2016 2:10pm
Former HSU national secretary Kathy Jackson has given up her passport and must continue to reside in her Wombarra home near Sydney after appearing today in Melbourne Magistrates' Court.
Published: 08 July 2016 3:10pm
A court has today fined the CFMEU's construction and general division and three organisers more than $50,000 for their "conspicuous public display of civil disobedience" when they orchestrated an unlawful walk out at a $105 million development project in support of a sacked delegate.
Published: 08 June 2016 9:03am
The Fair Work Commission has dismissed objections to the FSU changing its rules, after finding no evidence the new arrangements would be used to usurp the union's national secretary, Fiona Jordan.
Published: 31 March 2016 3:54pm
The Federal Court has imposed a $76,500 penalty on the musicians' union and $17,000 on its former general secretary for breaching financial reporting requirements for the union's national, Melbourne and Sydney branches from 2007 until late 2012.