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Bench airs provisional views on casual terms

The FWC has expressed provisional views ahead of a hearing on Thursday that casual definitions and conversion clauses in some awards clash with the Fair Work Act and National Employment Standards, and that it would be inappropriate to itemise loadings.

Rider not an employee, says Deliveroo

Deliveroo maintains no "work-wages bargain" existed between it and a food delivery driver, in its foreshadowed appeal against last month's high-profile FWC ruling that he was an employee protected from unfair dismissal.


Woolies rise maintains agreement obligations: Unions

Woolworths has confirmed it will pay the 2.5% minimum wage increase to employees from the first week of next month, avoiding a repeat of the dispute it had last year with retail unions over the timing of pay rises to workers in its supermarkets and Big W stores.

Union leery of Telstra restructure's effect on new deals

The CEPU's communication division has warned members that Telstra wants separate enterprise agreements covering new entities being created through a corporate restructure, arguing it is "critical" that existing pay and conditions are preserved.

Urgent need for paid vax leave for care workers: ACTU

ACTU leader Sally McManus has written to Prime Minister Scott Morrison seeking four days paid leave and travel time to facilitate the rapid inoculation of the largely-unvaccinated private sector aged and disability care workforce.

Amazon monitoring union site visits: SDA

Union officials are under "constant surveillance" every time they go to an Amazon Australia workplace, a Senate committee has heard.

Big Uber Eats payout to resolve delivery rider case: TWU

Uber Eats paid out an "incredible" $400,000 to settle proceedings brought by a food delivery rider in the full Federal Court late last year before the hearing concluded, a Senate inquiry heard today.

Court halts action against Victorian AMWU leader

The Federal Court has today restrained the AMWU from proceeding with internal charges of alleged misconduct against a Victorian branch leader that could have him removed from his position.