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Published: 31 March 2017 10:18am
Fair Work Commission President Iain Ross has rejected criticism over the rash of recent departures from the tribunal, arguing they fit a pattern of senior members retiring soon after reaching their maximum pension entitlement.
Published: 27 January 2017 12:19pm
Fair Work Commission President Iain Ross has revealed he has asked the Abbott and Turnbull governments four times to clarify its plans for the stymied review of default superannuation funds.
Published: 23 January 2017 1:44pm
Tensions in the senior ranks of the FWC have again entered the public domain with the resignation of Vice President Graeme Watson, effective from the end of next month.
Published: 25 July 2016 4:30pm
Labor has turned to two MPs with strong union backgrounds to support Brendan O'Connor in the shadow employment and workplace relations portfolios.
Published: 18 April 2016 7:42am
PM backs owner-drivers ahead of RSRT abolition bill; and Resource sector wants higher bar for union mergers.
Published: 13 April 2016 10:46am
The Turnbull Government now intends to immediately introduce legislation to scrap the Road Safety Remuneration Tribunal when the Federal Parliament resumes next week.
Published: 21 August 2015 2:09pm
Royal Commissioner Dyson Heydon has today reserved a decision on his future as Commissioner and adjourned the inquiry until next Tuesday.
Published: 18 August 2015 2:53pm
The Senate last night rejected the Abbott Government's attempt to establish a Registered Organisations Commission.
Published: 04 May 2015 11:23pm
Former NSW ETU leader Bernie Rordan says he was warned that litigation by a fellow union secretary could prevent his appointment to the Fair Work Commission in 2012.
Published: 26 February 2015 5:11pm
With Employment Minister Eric Abetz signalling he intends to cold-call, rather than advertise, to fill Fair Work Commission vacancies, the AMMA is today arguing it is people with employer backgrounds whose numbers he should be dialling.