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The Fair Work Ombudsman has launched a pregnancy discrimination case against the operator and manager of the Dinki Di Child Care Centre in Innaloo. WKO Pty Ltd operates the centre and Caversham woman Orieta O'Leary manages and part-owns the centre.
Dan Dwyer, News Limited reports. "When other union bosses are pointing the finger and saying that one of their comrades is engaging in self-indulgence, you know there's a problem," Senator Abetz said in a statement on Monday. Fair Work Australia must
Melbourne blockade for now and the developer intent on suing. Police took control of the CBD site on Thursday night before up to 1000 union members gathered at the illegal blockade outside Grocon's Lonsdale Street site, which was surrounded by up to
Breaking news TGA approves abortion drug RU 486 for wider use in Australia...Jayco Canberra, was fined $14,300, while company directors Roy and John Lustri were each fined a further $2,200. Federal Magistrates Court to pay the employee $2,099
The Fair Work Ombudsman has launched legal action in the Federal Court against the supermarket and four contractors who employed collectors at West Lakes, Elizabeth, Craigmore, Munno Para and Gawler. The Ombudsman said 10 Indian men were paid just
THE coalition has flagged changes to the fair dismissal code for small businesses. Opposition small business spokesman Bruce Billson said a lot of the workplace relations framework under the Fair Work Act was "impenetrable" for small business owners.
Fair Work Australia has upheld a decision prohibiting a state-owned energy company from conducting urine tests on its employees, agreeing that it is "unjust and unreasonable" to effectively test for drug use that may take place outside work hours.
Separately, in a speech in Sydney, Qantas chief executive Alan Joyce said a total of around 2,800 full-time jobs will go under the company's previously announced restructuring plans. Qantas says none of the cuts are new, but it appears to be the
Fair Work Australia (FWA) ruling that the airline be allowed to determine how many outside workers it hires. The ruling has also paved the way for a three per cent pay rise for Qantas workers, rather than the five per cent increase being sought by
President Ged Kearney says such a system would severely curtail a fundamental workplace right and protection. Coalition to make unsuccessful claimants in unfair dismissal cases liable to have to pay costs. Workplace spokesman Eric Abetz is examining