Australia’s largest airline recently announced that it would be offering employees a generous bonus as a reflection of its ‘bright future’ – but the conditional payments have angered unions.
Miners in Queensland are going above and beyond in their attempts to pass workplace drug tests – but one official worries that the law will not help employers to crack down on the problem.
The former national secretary of the Health Services Union is currently facing legal proceedings over allegations that she misappropriated more than $1 million of union funds.
Labor leader Bill Shorten is due to appear before the Royal Commission into Trade Union Governance and Corruption early next month to address claims that the AWU engaged in corruption under his leadership.
A minimum wage decision by the Western Australian Industrial Relations Commission has supported government suggestions and disappointed unions.
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