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Working together to make Australia stronger
Modest Enterprise Bargaining Agreement changes are just a first step
BHP tries to revive dead and buried workplace deals
Compliance changes in IR Bill need to be fair to employers and part of a balanced package
Offshore Alliance entitled to negotiate on behalf of specialist workers
Qantas cuts to flight crew will risk safety & service, workers warn
Greens to Amend IR bill to outlaw insecure work
Court action against Hutchinson and CFMMEU over alleged boycott
Qantas Workers Call on Federal Parliament to Save 2,500 jobs
Workers to hit back at Qantas over bid rejection
Qantas contractor Swissport seeks approval for dodgy dea
‘dark day’ as Qantas rejects workers competitive bid for their jobs
Update on proposed outsourcing of Qantas’ Australian airports ground handling services
Court rejects sick Qantas workers bid for leave
In-Principle Agreement On Early Childhood Agreements
Industry welcomes High Court decision to grant special leave in WorkPac v Rossato Casual Employment Case
ACTU Charter risks deterring businesses from accepting working from home arrangements
Offshore Alliance delivers enterprise agreement with 15% pay increase and more
AWU wins battle against BHP labour hire agreement
CFMEU defeats dodgy agreements: Better conditions ahead for BHP Operations Services coal miners
Miners’ Union defeats BHP’s dodgy Operations Services in-house labour hire agreements
Full steam ahead as train drivers vote to lock-in 2% pay deal
National Library signs Enforceable Undertaking
Train drivers urged to get on board reasonable pay deal
Virgin CEO sacking reports prompt TWU to suspend industrial negotiations
Fast food giant faces potential class action
Sad day for working people – a blow to economy
For 130 years union movement has fought for funeral industry
For 130 years union movement has fought for union industry
ABCC alleges NSW company underpaid worker more than $230,000
Qantas underpaid workers by misusing JobKeeper scheme, Federal Court has ruled
Train drivers offered new 2 per cent pay deal
Union Disputes Terms of Variation at James Cook University
ABCC alleges subcontractor terminated for not having union agreement
Government welcomes Port Botany truce
Offshore Alliance secures first-ever bargaining process at Legeneering Australia
NTEU calls on James Cook Uni staff to vote against proposed loss of 2% salary and superannuation increase
WorkSafe to review young worker payments
Workers rally to save Opera Australia
Western Power signs Enforceable Undertaking
TWU to announce legal action against Qantas over outsourcing of 2,500 workers
Svitzer Australia tug crews to vote on taking industrial action after negotiations for new workplace agreement
Sunwater signs Enforceable Undertaking
Government passes legislation through senate to allow Australians to choose their superannuation fund
Government passes legislation through senate to allow Australians to choose their superannuation fund
Morrison Government undermines workers’ rights to bargain
More than 2000 BaptistCare aged care workers underpaid $1.28m
BaptistCare signs Enforceable Undertaking