Fair Work Act

The FW Act is the Fair Work Act 2009.

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The CFMMEU and two of its officials face court action for allegedly acting in an aggressive and threatening manner and calling subcontractor Enco’s general manager a “f…ing, dog, c..t” during a site entry in Brisbane last year.
15 January 2019
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The ABCC has commenced proceedings against the CFMMEU and two of its officials for allegedly acting in an aggressive and threatening manner and calling a subcontractor a “f…ing, dog, c..t” during a site entry in Brisbane in August 2018.
17 January 2019
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The ABCC has launched legal action against the CFMEU and two officials for alleged breaches of right of entry involving abusive behaviour at a Tasmanian construction site in October 2016.
18 October 2017
Legal Case
The ABCC* alleged that the CFMEU and CEPU were involved in unlawful industrial action taken by workers on the Queensland Children’s Hospital, Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre and Queensland Institute of Medical Research construction projects on 24, 25 and 26 May 2011.
31 August 2018
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Our commitment to workplace diversity and inclusion The ABCC is committed to creating a working environment that values and utilises the contribution of staff from diverse backgrounds and experiences.
19 August 2018
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What is a public interest disclosure? The PID Act promotes integrity and accountability in the Australian Public Service by encouraging disclosure of information about suspected wrongdoing, protecting people who make disclosures and requiring agencies to take action.
19 August 2018
Legal Case
The ABCC has commenced legal proceedings against the CFMMEU and one of its Queensland officials, Roland Cummins, after he allegedly called a Queensland Work Health and Safety officer a “f****ing dog” during a disagreement at the Cairns Performing Arts Centre.
17 January 2019
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What is the FOI Act? The FOI Act gives any person the right to:
19 August 2018
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In a significant decision today the Full Federal Court confirmed it will order a CFMMEU official to personally pay his penalty for breaking the law, without seeking or receiving financial assistance from the union. 
25 June 2018

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