The Federal Court has this afternoon rejected the CFMMEU's bid to stay an injunction that effectively stopped it passing a resolution aimed at frustrating its mining and energy division's demerger plans.
A Federal Court judge has upbraided the principal of a specialist IR law firm, warning that legal practitioners making adverse action claims risk costs orders if they treat the certification of pleadings as a box-ticking exercise.
The FWC will this morning deal with objections to the fast-tracking of a joint union and Master Grocers Australia flexible hours award variation for part-time retail workers, and calls to join the bid with a "far more meritorious" ABI and NSW Business Chamber proposal.
ACTU secretary Sally McManus says the Morrison Government should hold an independent inquiry into the allegations surrounding IR Minister and Attorney-General Christian Porter and withdraw the Omnibus IR legislation before the Senate.
Two franchisee directors of a Chatime bubble tea store have had most of their underpayment penalties suspended after a court accepted they acted on their franchisor's advice that they could pay age-based flat rates.
A Rio Tinto fly-in-fly-out supervisor sacked after his car swerved when he picked up his mobile phone is claiming in an adverse action case that he was really ousted over complaints about working arrangements while stuck in WA due to COVID-19 restrictions.