News About Fair Work Commission

News About Fair Work Commission

Herald SunGovernment intervenes in ongoing Dorevitch Pathology strike over payHerald SunVictorian Industrial Relations Minister Natalie Hutchins has announced the government was making an urgent application to the Fair Work Commission to terminate the strike. According to the government, the industrial action was causing delays in ...Dorevitch strike risked patients: Vic govtSBSDorevitch strike ''threatening patient safety'', state to interveneThe AgeGovernment intervenes in Dorevitch disputeThe Border Mailall 5 news articles [...]
Wed, Aug 23, 2017, Continue reading at the source
Taxpayers the losers as builders put self-interest ahead of reformThe AustralianWhether Cash can deliver on her rhetoric will become more apparent when the agreements come before the Fair Work Commission for approval. But the signs are that once again contractors have put commercial self-interest ahead of the public policy ... [...]
Wed, Aug 23, 2017, Continue reading at the source
Herald SunPremier Daniel Andrews' fire services restructure excuse disputed ...Herald SunPREMIER Daniel Andrews claim that he is being forced to dismantle the CFA because of an unworkable federal law has been contradicted by advice from the ...and more [...]
Tue, Aug 22, 2017, Continue reading at the source
The Sydney Morning HeraldPaddle Pop maker Streets accused of 'industrial blackmail' in push ...The Sydney Morning HeraldPaddle Pop, Magnum and Golden Gaytime maker Streets ice cream faces accusations of using "industrial blackmail" to push through cuts to staff wages and ...Streets ice cream move to cut wages is industrial blackmail: ACTUThe Australianall 3 news articles [...]
Tue, Aug 22, 2017, Continue reading at the source
ABC OnlineUnion to challenge ATO plans to expand hot-desking at Fair Work CommissionABC OnlineThe Australian Services Union is taking the Australian Taxation Office to the Fair Work Commission to protest against a plan to extend a hot-desking trial in Melbourne to more of its employees. In a statement, the ATO said the feedback is has received ...ASU vows to fight tax office hot-desking plan at Fair Work CommissionThe Canberra TimesHot-desking a hot-button issue but it's not going awayThe Sydney Morning Herald'I don't want to play musical chairs each day': Tax office staff revolt over hot-desk planNEWS.com.auSmartCompany.com.auall 9 news articles [...]
Mon, Aug 21, 2017, Continue reading at the source
Southern CrossColes admits much of its workforce underpaid after SDA dealsSouthern CrossBut in the Fair Work Commission on Thursday its lawyer, Stuart Wood, QC, indicated that much of the Coles workforce - up to 60 per cent - would be better off if they were paid minimum award rates rather than what they are paid from deals struck with ... [...]
Mon, Aug 21, 2017, Continue reading at the source
The Sydney Morning Herald$200-a-week pizza driver aims to deliver for Domino's underpaid ...The Sydney Morning HeraldA Domino's pizza delivery driver will move to tear up an exploitative deal between her employer and one of Australia's biggest unions that has left workers ...and more [...]
Sun, Aug 20, 2017, Continue reading at the source
Mackay Daily MercuryMiners working more than 15 years lose out with court decisionMackay Daily MercuryAccording to the Federal Court judgment, the unions argued that the Fair Work Commission's decision was a legal error and went beyond the Commission's role. However, the Court didn't agree with the unions' arguments and upheld the decision of the Fair ...Redundancy 'cap' ruling forces Australians to work into their 70sThe New Dailyall 2 news articles [...]
Fri, Aug 18, 2017, Continue reading at the source
Mackay Daily Mercury'Double-dipping' worker sacked for not giving up rosterMackay Daily MercuryCane harvester Shea Munro says he might challenge the Fair Work Commission's decision to reject his unfair dismissal case against Wilmar. Campbell Gellie. Wilmar submitted that Mr Munro was "double-dipping", being paid for both harvesting and carer's ... [...]
Mon, Aug 14, 2017, Continue reading at the source
Michael Lawler's second coming: fair work if you can get itThe AustralianMichael Lawler didn't exactly leave the Fair Work Commission in the best of circumstances. After many months of sick leave, the partner of ex-union boss Kathy Jackson resigned as FWC vice-president last year just a day before Employment Minister ... [...]
Mon, Aug 14, 2017, Continue reading at the source