Opposition Leader Anthony Albanese has flagged he will make significant IR policy announcements in the second week of next month, with Labor and union sources saying it will include measures to increase job security.
A BHP subsidiary has been hit with a slew of bargaining orders after an FWC presidential member found it repeatedly shifted the goalposts over two years to delay making an agreement with coal mine supervisors.
A software company's former chief executive who says he "bet his house" on the business accuses it in a multimillion-dollar adverse action case of repudiating his contract by promoting a subordinate to run part of its operations.
The FWC has upheld an "inept" dismissal bereft of procedural fairness, finding it unlikely to have altered the result for a worker who swore, abused and tried to pick a fight with colleagues while on a warning.
The Information Commissioner has ordered Australia's largest super fund, Australian Super, to pay a member $4500 in compensation and apologise for sharing her personal information with her former legal representatives.