A senior member of the Construction, Forestry, Mining and Energy Union (CFMEU) was secretly recorded telling Queensland president Dave Hanna that his removal would allow union officials “a chance to be legit”.
A South Australian firm has altered its plans to charge interns $22,000 after the Law Society intervened.
Malcolm Turnbull’s newly selected cabinet was sworn in yesterday morning, with five times more women than Tony Abbott’s original line-up.
The former boss of the CFMEU’s Queensland branch is being investigated over allegations that he accepted secret commissions.
According to one expert, HR should be watching out for employees who are falsely claiming to be overworked.
The ACTU has decided against taking further legal action against the Trade Union Royal Commission, claiming that the problem is in fact ‘political’.
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