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Positive outcome in efforts to save jobs at UOW
Unions derail BHP’s attempt to cut pay and conditions for thousands of workers
Queensland’s ‘wage theft’ bill is yet another barrier to investment and employment
CFMEU’s Victorian pattern deal highlights need for Protection of Worker Benefits Bill to be passed by Parliament
Landmark Report Into On-Demand Workforce
FWO’s enforcement priorities out of step with realities facing small business
Regtech key to cutting red tape for small businesses: Ombudsman
South Yarra restaurant faces Court
FWO launches 2020-21 priorities
Company penalised for underpaying 80 workers
Court penalises Melbourne restaurant operator
Joint statement with Hon Scott Morrison MP, Prime Minister – Hong Kong
Penalty for underpayment of mushroom farm workers
HSU frustrated by stalling of paid pandemic leave decision
North Queensland restaurant in court
Workplaces must take greater role in addressing sexual harassment
Perth mat manufacturer faces court
Minimum wage increases today
Report reveals wage theft against international students
FWC extends COVID-19 schedule in Clerks Award
Former Sydney restaurant operators in court
Former accounting firm in court
Stand down and out: FWC dismisses challenge to stand down
Shining A Light On Gig Economy
Victoria makes wage theft a criminal offence
ABC underpaid staff $12 million in wages over seven years
Annual Wage Review Decision fails to meet needs of small businesses
Annual Wage Review
Essential workers deserve a greater increase to minimum wage
Fair Work Commission Minimum Wage Decision Recognises Economic Climate
Fair Work Commission confirms wage growth essential to recovery
ABC signs Enforceable Undertaking
Former Sydney entrepreneur penalised
Victorian “Wage Theft” laws place unhelpful administrative and legal burden on business
Academic freedom prevails at Murdoch University 17 June
Job Jumpstart: helping job seekers affected by COVID-19
Significant doubt about Constitutional validity of Victorian Wage Theft Bill
Academic freedom prevails at Murdoch University
Maurice Blackburn issues court challenge to profitable companies using COVID-19 to attack workers’ condition
Ai Group argues for minimum wages freeze at today’s final hearing in Annual Wage Review
Cleaning company in court
Transport company in court
Former Hobart restaurant operator penalised
Over $200,000 penalties for restaurant underpayments
“Casual” employee entitled to paid leave, employer denied casual loading “off set”
Ai Group Annual Wage Review supplementary submission
Alsco sacks 155 loyal workers with only hours notice
TWU takes case against Deliveroo for unfair dismissal