In a major victory for our Union’s campaign against anti-worker labour hire practices, the Federal Court last week ruled out a “sham” enterprise agreement voted on by only three workers employed by
The Construction Forestry Mining and Energy Union has pledged its full s
The Turnbull Government’s proposed legislation to control worker entitlement funds could lead to the loss of apprentice jobs, and erode the union movement’s ability to deliver vital industry health
A commitment that a future Labor Government would have the Productivity Commission conduct an economic analysis of all free trade agreements, announced today by Shadow Trade Minister Jason Clare, i
Workers from the Cook Colliery in Queensland will be joined by CFMEU officials in a protest outside the Chinese Embassy in Canberra today.
Multinational mining giant Glencore has received a stunning rebuke after the Fair Work Commission ordered the company to cease surveillance of Oaky North mine workers when they were in the town and
The ABCC's tog legal counsel has resigned in an attempt to distance himself from the Hadgkiss scandal.
What can we say about Joe McDonald that hasn’t already been said? If Joe was asked to say one word that described his time in the union it would undoubtedly be ‘Militant’.
Historic new legislation has finally passed through parliament this afternoon with the introduction of industrial manslaughter laws in Queensland.