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ALP announces details of IR policy today
An ALP Government will remove employees earning $100,000 from the awards system; retain Work Choices' right of entry and pattern bargaining provisions; keep the secondary boycott laws in the Trade Practices Act; complete the bulk of its award simplification process in two years; allow AWAs to run their full five year-terms; and allow employers in AWA workplaces to continue to offer them to new workers during a transition period, Opposition Leader Kevin Rudd and Deputy Leader Julia Gillard announced today.
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Academic finds that a report on the work of the ABCC is flawed
AN economic analysis on the work of the Australian Building and Construction Commission (ABCC) and its clampdown on the building industry was based on flawed principles, a union-backed review has found.
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Survey of HR professionals offers ammunition for Opposition
A SURVEY of people who work in human resources has found WorkChoices has increased the complexity of employment arrangements and the need to resort to legal advice in many businesses.
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Royal Perth Hospital staff walk out over pay
ABOUT 150 support staff have walked off the job at Royal Perth Hospital today in support of better pay and conditions.
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Top money to tell workers they're ok
THE head of the Federal Government's new Workplace Authority, Barbara Bennett, is on a salary package worth $275,000 a year.
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Darrel Lea faces court over action over workplace agreement claims
The Workplace Ombudsman has taken chocolate chain Darrell Lea to court, accusing it of pressuring casual sales assistants into signing the company's workplace agreement.
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Govt workplace ads have backfired: survey
The Federal Government's latest workplace relations advertising campaign has backfired, a new survey has found.
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Defence Force contractor 'tried to force AWAs'
AUSTRALIA'S workplace watchdog will prosecute a major contractor to the Australian Defence Force (ADF) for allegedly trying to force two young women to sign Australian Workplace Agreements (AWAs).
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