Registered organisations page 1 of 167

1666 articles are classified in All Articles > Registered organisations

Click on one of the 18 topic categories below to view articles classified within Registered organisations.

GFB ruling paves way for pit supervisors deal

A recent FWC finding that BHP engaged in unfair bargaining practices, and subsequent tribunal-chaired negotiations, have led to Professionals Australia securing the first standalone enterprise deal for coal mining supervisors.

Union refers spending questions to regulator

The ROC is probing the IEU's WA branch after the union asked it to investigate a former official's alleged "unauthorised and personal expenditure".

Reform ticket hoses out firies union leaders

A reform ticket has won control of the NSW Fire Brigade Employees Union after criticising this year's negligible pay increase, talking up the need to take industrial action when necessary and promising greater financial transparency and rank-and-file involvement.

FWC amends award to address disability workers' issues

An FWC full bench has decided to insert broken shift allowances, boost minimum engagements and improve sleepover conditions as part of its four-yearly review of the Social, Community, Home Care and Disability Services Award.

TWU and VIPA to proceed with merger

The merger between the Transport Workers Union and the Virgin Independent Pilots Association in July will lead to the creation of a pilots' division within the TWU, subject to VIPA members approving the nuptials in a ballot.

New cabin crew deal as Virgin emerges from pandemic

Virgin cabin crew have decisively voted up a new deal after trouncing a previous offer, with the FAAA laying out expectations the reborn airline must reward workers for their "sacrifice" when it recovers from the pandemic's hit to its operations.

Union to seek urgent dispute hearing after injunction bid

The Federal Court has today refused a rail union bid to stop the retrenchment and redeployment of employees of Melbourne public transport operator Metro Trains, after the company gave an undertaking it wouldn't proceed while the RTBU seeks an expedited dispute hearing in the FWC.

CFMMEU divorce candidate seeks fast-tracked hearing

The CFMMEU's mining and energy division has asked the FWC to expedite the hearing of its demerger application because of the union's civil war, in correspondence revealing its substantial assets and its proposed new name, while the Commission has today timetabled a case dealing with threshold matters.