News About Fair Work Commission

News About Fair Work Commission

The AustralianTrade dispute to roll on, on Melbourne's docksThe AustralianThe Victorian Transport Association, representing freight operators, yesterday accused the CFMEU and the MUA of arrogantly defying the Supreme Court orders. VTA chief executive Peter Anderson accused the two unions of breaking the law, describing their ...Unions defy Supreme Court order as picketing continuesTrailer Magazine (press release) (blog)all 6 news articles [...]
Thu, Dec 14, 2017, Continue reading at the source
The year in review: pharmacist remunerationAustralian Journal of Pharmacy (blog)Many of us who attended PSA16 will remember when PSA CEO Lance Emerson announced on opening day that pharmacy wages were “the single largest issue facing the profession in community pharmacy.” As another year has come and gone, low pay remains a sore ...and more [...]
Thu, Dec 14, 2017, Continue reading at the source
Goulburn PostTeachers reject Catholic employer's Enterprise Agreement ...Goulburn PostTeachers and support staff in Catholic schools have rejected an enterprise agreement in a ballot declared last week. They voted to reject an enterprise agreement, following a series of rolling stoppages culminating in a strike on December 4. Staff from ...Catholic teachers vote no to deal | The Northern Daily LeaderThe Northern Daily Leader'Unprecedented': 87% of teachers reject enterprise agreementThe Educatorall 3 news articles [...]
Thu, Dec 14, 2017, Continue reading at the source
Catholic school teachers reject proposed employment agreementWAtoday"This is a very solid result and we hope that Catholic employers are listening to the voice of their employees," IEU NSW/ACT secretary John Quessy said. The sticking point in negotiations has been the union and the Catholic Commission for Employment ... [...]
Wed, Dec 13, 2017, Continue reading at the source
Coffs Coast AdvocateTeachers continue appeal for Fair Work hearingCoffs Coast AdvocateThe union campaigned for a no vote and received an 87.8 per cent agreement in response. There were 15,968 teachers and support staff in 11 Catholic dioceses who voted and a resounding 14,031 voted down the employers' proposal. At issue was the refusal ... [...]
Tue, Dec 12, 2017, Continue reading at the source
Townsville BulletinFair Work Commission: Uniting Church attends hearing over Shalom ...Townsville BulletinTHE Uniting Church has been dragged before the Fair Work Commission as Shalom Christian College staff fight for their rights after the closure of the secondary and boarding offerings. Independent Education Union assistant branch secretary Brad Hayes ...and more [...]
Fri, Dec 08, 2017, Continue reading at the source
The Canberra TimesPublic service commission, Immigration prepared briefs for ...The Canberra TimesCoalition minister Michaelia Cash has denied accusations she turned the public service commission into an "anti-worker campaign" group after emails emerged showing it prepared briefs for her detailing resistance to a workplace deal at the centre of an ...and more [...]
Fri, Dec 08, 2017, Continue reading at the source
The AustralianHigh Court removes protections for unlawful acts by unionsThe AustralianThe Australian Workers Union has been exposed to significant damages after the High Court ruled that unions are restricted from taking legal strike action if they have breached orders of the Fair Work Commission.and more [...]
Wed, Dec 06, 2017, Continue reading at the source
Daily TelegraphSon of former Fair Work Commission vice-president dies in Sydney ...Daily TelegraphPOLICE are investigating how the son of a controversial former Fair Work Commission vice-president came to fall to his death from an inner-city apartment block. Michael Lawler Jr, 22, was found on the ground outside the Waterloo building about 12.15am ...and more [...]
Wed, Dec 06, 2017, Continue reading at the source
The Sydney Morning HeraldFair Work Commission sets February date for hearing of super union ...The Sydney Morning HeraldThe Fair Work Commission will conduct a hearing in early February to decide if the national construction and maritime unions can merge, giving the federal government little time to block the new super union. Fair Work Commission deputy president Val ...and more [...]
Tue, Dec 05, 2017, Continue reading at the source