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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: 05 October 2016 1:49pm
The TWU is considering its options after the FWC refused to grant permanent employees preference to work additional hours ahead of labour hire employees at Sydney's international airport.
Published: 05 October 2016 8:44am
A new labour market analysis seeks to debunk the notion that computerisation has diminished the number of jobs in Australia.
Published: 30 September 2016 2:43pm
Arrium steel workers in South Australia have accepted a 10% pay cut recommended by the firm's administrator, who says it will help secure a sale of the business.
Published: 30 September 2016 9:14am
A proposed new agreement for Labor's Queensland branch requires employees to work reasonable overtime of up to 58 hours during election campaigns.
Published: 28 September 2016 3:04pm
Victorian Crown employees seeking relief from workplace bullying might be out in the cold after the FWC found it has no power to handle anti-bullying matters because the state has not referred the necessary power to Canberra.
Published: 28 September 2016 12:59pm
The wife of the former chief officer of Melbourne's Metropolitan Fire Brigade has alleged that her husband resigned due to bullying by the United Firefighters Union.
Published: 27 September 2016 5:06pm
BHP Coal Pty Ltd unfairly sacked a mine operator for misconduct over his use of the words "scab" and "scabby" in discussions with colleagues, because he did not direct the comments to anyone and they were not used in an industrial context, the FWC has found.
Published: 26 September 2016 4:08pm
New RBA research provides tentative confirmation that more flexible IR laws have enabled employers to ride out difficult times by adjusting their employees' hours rather than making them redundant.
Published: 26 September 2016 3:56pm
Information Commissioner Timothy Pilgrim has fined Comcare $3,000 for breaching an injured public servant's privacy when it improperly shared details of his work-related injury.