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New penalties for unlicensed labour hire

As of 30 October 2019, substantial penalties apply to labour hire providers who don’t have a licence and to businesses that use an unlicensed.

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Master Builders' concerns about the new Cbus..

You may soon start to see communications coming from Cbus Super announcing the trialing of a new app called ‘Super Payment Checker’.

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Business seeks vital amendments to Workplace..

Employers are working with the Government, Opposition and cross bench to ensure these laws are fair. equitable and deliver improved workplace safety.

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Morrison Government signals changes ahead following Temporary Migrant Worker...

The taskforce was formed following a spate of high-profile cases involving exploitation of temporary and migrant workers and was asked to recommend improvements...

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Master Builders welcomes announcement of implementation taskforce for introduction...

Master Builders welcomes the announcement by the new Minister for Workplace Safety Jill Hennessy to establish an implementation taskforce for the introduction of...

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FWC Full Bench partially upholds CFMMEU jurisdictional challenge on Westgate...

A Full Bench of the Fair Work Commission (FWC) has partially upheld the CFMMEU’s jurisdictional challenge on the Westgate Tunnel site allowance review.

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Industrial manslaughter laws will hinder safety and hurt small business

The prospect of a new criminal offence of industrial manslaughter will be devastating for the Victorian business sector.

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Casual Loading Offset Regulation takes effect

On 17 December 2018, the Fair Work Amendment (Casual Loading Offset) Regulation 2018 (Amending Regulation) was registered and took effect from 18 December 2018.

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Small business member alert: ‘Employsure’ in court over misleading...

On 21 December 2018, the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) advised that it had initiated civil proceedings against employment relations company...

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