A secret plan to create laws that would make it easier to break up unions are a distraction to provide cover for the Federal Government to begin reviving WorkChoices warns the CFMEU.
The collapse of construction company Grocon shows Australia needs effective national security of payment laws to ensure workers, subcontractors and small businesses are not left carrying the can wh
The 2020 Federal Budget is a missed opportunity to spark a construction boom in the social and affordable housing Australia desperately needs and does little to support apprentices over the long-te
The ABCC fining a Perth subcontractor for unlawful picketing while ignoring the behaviour of the head contractor who withheld progress payments demonstrates how out of touch the regulator is with t
The full bench of the FairWork Commission has categorically rejected a cynical attempt by employers to use the pandemic crisis to cut wages and conditions and reduce the Award safety net for constr
The Victorian construction industry agreement achieves good outcomes for workers and the industry and demonstrates how a cooperative approach between unions and employers can strengthen the industr
The national construction regulator, the ABCC, has failed to investigate death threats made against a South Australian CFMEU delegate and his family in the latest shocking example of the regulator’
The construction regulator, the ABCC, failed to prosecute a single labour hire company over wage theft despite their own investigation revealing 80% of employers in the sector were in breach of wor