News About Industrial Relations

News About Industrial Relations

DriveUnion boss in wages revolutionDrivePrime Minister Tony Abbott and some employer groups immediately welcomed the call from one of the nation's most powerful union leaders for an end to workplace conflict through a return to a 1980s-style summit of business, government, and unions.and more [...]
Fri, Mar 24, 2017, Continue reading at the source
The AustralianCash's Fair Work appointees shift balance to bosses - The AustralianThe AustralianFormer Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry chief executive Peter Anderson is among three Coalition appointments to the Fair Work Commission, in a ...Turnbull government appoints business leaders to 'partisan' Fair ...The Australian Financial Reviewall 2 news articles [...]
Thu, Mar 23, 2017, Continue reading at the source
The Sydney Morning HeraldNew union chief Sally McManus has a problem with factsThe Sydney Morning HeraldIf you're going to invoke a principle with as glorious a heritage as one used by Martin Luther King you should pick the right fights and get your facts straight.Sally McManus's links to Communist Party's successor - The AustralianThe Australianall 4 news articles [...]
Wed, Mar 22, 2017, Continue reading at the source
The AustralianCFMEU caught out on industrial action over site deathsThe AustralianEmployment Minister Michaelia Cash has accused the CFMEU of using safety to justify unlawful conduct, releasing data showing not one of 47 current legal ...and more [...]
Tue, Mar 21, 2017, Continue reading at the source
The Australian Financial ReviewGraeme Watson calls for review of all minimum wages and ...The Australian Financial ReviewEx-Fair Work chief Graeme Watson says all minimum conditions must be reconsidered in the wake of high unemployment.Fair Work president has questions to answer, says Eric AbetzThe Australianall 3 news articles [...]
Tue, Mar 21, 2017, Continue reading at the source
The Sydney Morning HeraldThe everlasting battle: the background to the industrial relations warsThe Sydney Morning HeraldIt's the economic debate that just won't die, even when it's dead, buried and cremated. The fresh political war over penalty rates, and new ACTU Secretary Sally ...and more [...]
Tue, Mar 21, 2017, Continue reading at the source
The Australian Financial ReviewACTU president Ged Kearney backs Sally McManus' law-breaking viewsThe Australian Financial ReviewNew Australian Council of Trade Unions leader Sally McManus has admitted she was wrong in accusing Grocon of killing five workers after the builder raised serious concerns over her "manifestly false" statements to the media. The admission came as ACTU ...ACTU secretary Sally McManus admits error in saying building company fined $300000 for causing deathsThe Sydney Morning HeraldSally McManus retreats from Grocon 'killer' commentsThe Australianall 15 news articles [...]
Mon, Mar 20, 2017, Continue reading at the source
The AustralianBreaking 'unjust' laws OK: ACTU bossThe AustralianLiberal senator Eric Abetz, who served as workplace relations minister in the Abbott government, said: “This extraordinary statement from Australia's foremost union boss is a complete disgrace and must be condemned by Opposition Leader Bill Shorten.Unions, Labor split over ACTU Sally McManusThe Sydney Morning HeraldACTU secretary Sally McManus called on to withdraw comments on breaking 'unfair' lawsThe Australian Financial ReviewACTU secretary Sally McManus defends comments on breaking the law as Coalition attacksABC OnlineNEWS.com.auall 56 news articles [...]
Thu, Mar 16, 2017, Continue reading at the source
Big RigsRates change under Industrial Relations Commission decisionBig RigsTHE NSW Industrial Relations Commission has supported and expanded a system which ensures a full cost recovery for the work of owner drivers. A decision on the General Carriers Contract Determination guarantees fair rates for NSW drivers, following ... [...]
Wed, Mar 15, 2017, Continue reading at the source
Herald SunLabor pushes industrial relations agendaNEWS.com.auA fight over penalty rates will cloud the federal government's agenda as it tries to keep parliament focused on helping parents with childcare fees and repairing the budget. Labor wants to capitalise on the Fair Work Commission's decision that some ...Sunday, holiday penalty rates to be cutThe AustralianFair Work tinkers as IR system burnsThe Australian Financial ReviewPenalty rates blame-game: Coalition and Labor pin Sunday pay cut on each otherThe Sydney Morning HeraldSmartCompany.com.auall 353 news articles [...]
Sun, Feb 26, 2017, Continue reading at the source