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First ACTU president since Hawke to present minimum wage case

For the first time in four decades, the ACTU will tomorrow roll out its president to make final submissions to the FWC's annual wage review as it seeks to buttress the union movement and Labor Party's focus on a "living wage" ahead of Saturday's Federal election.

Leading IR academic accuses law school head of bullying

An IR academic and a law lecturer who accused the head of La Trobe University's Law School of bullying have failed to convince the Federal Court to suppress their names in his legal challenge to an investigation into their complaints, the judge finding their identities had already been revealed by an industry publication.

Lawyer's workload, pre-dawn starts no excuse for late filing: FWC

The FWC has rebuked a lawyer for his "dilatory" approach to filing a general protections claim, ultimately granting his client a time extension because of the unusual degree of stress and anxiety he suffered as a consequence of his dismissal.

Bench throws out "ersatz" bid to quash Woolies deal

RAFFWU is yet to concede defeat on a bid to quash Woolworths' 2012 agreement, after an FWC full bench threw out its challenge to the approval of the retailer's replacement deal and accused it of trying to deprive some team members of an allowance "merely to aid" its termination application.

Transphobic references won't "throw me off my game": Commissioner

A tribunal member has decided against involving the federal police in the case of a persistent applicant who accused him of corruption, further refusing to be "thrown off [his] game" by the man's "transphobic" references to him.

Fine calculations put dismissed manager $315 over income threshold

The FWC has thwarted a manager's unfair dismissal claim by assessing his earnings as $315.02 above the high income threshold, rejecting his arguments that his car allowance, annual leave loading and mobile phone should be excluded from the total.


We didn't threaten over deal, says CFMMEU

The CFMMEU's construction division says senior NSW officials at the centre of a new ABCC court action have denied alleged threatening conduct, such as warning a crane company to "agree with everything" in a deal as "you don't want your blokes offsite, equipment damaged, cranes wrecked".

Failed food delivery platform coughs up $2.3m for former riders

Foodora's administrators have announced that the food delivery platform's German parent will direct payments of nearly $2.3 million to cover almost 30% of the claimed entitlements of 1700 of its former riders, but while the TWU has welcomed the "world first" it says more than 3800 riders will go unpaid.