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Industrial Relations

Industrial Relations Archives

retail worker in uniform

Government passes IR reforms bill following “spiteful” amendments

Bill brings clarify around casual employment and removes "double dipping".

Industry groups push for a swift vote on the IR omnibus bill

As Labor and the Greens oppose the bill in its entirety, the government must gain support from at least three crossbench...

IR changes could be pushed back to May without crossbench support

The bill, which could strip award updates of needing to meet the BOOT test, has been controversial.
port delays

Why retailers are “pulling their hair out” over port delays

Industrial action at Australia’s key ports set to cause significant disruption to Christmas trade and into the new year.

Treasurer eyes industrial relations reform

Frydenberg looks to industrial relations, competition and deregulation to boost Australian economy.

Why workers should have a voice in the boardroom

Research shows employee directors and worker councils improve governance.

Domino’s abandons EBA amid tussle between unions

Pizza giant's employees to remain on Award in extraordinary decision.