Related entity

Under the 2016 Code, an entity is a related entity of a code covered entity if the second entity is engaged in building work and is either:
• connected with the code covered entity by being a member of the entity
• an associated entity (within the meaning of section 50AAA of the Corporations Act 2001) of the code covered entity.
 

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The Code applies to building work indirectly funded by the Commonwealth that meets either of the following thresholds:
19 August 2018
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Union officials have specific rights and responsibilities when they are lawfully on site. Employers and site occupiers also have responsibilities to union officials while they are on site.
19 August 2018
News
This E-Alert addresses important changes to the Building and Construction General On-site Award that take effect from 1 July 2020. Both employers and employees should note the changes. Employers should ensure they are implemented from the first full pay period after 1 July 2020.
1 July 2020
News
Two CFMMEU officials are facing allegations in the Federal Court that they breached right of entry laws at the $222 million Monash Freeway upgrade project in 2017.
28 May 2018
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Enforcing Commonwealth workplace laws is the means by which the ABCC provides an improved workplace relations framework for building work to ensure that building work is carried out fairly, efficiently and productively.
19 August 2018
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What are the National Employment Standards? The National Employment Standards (NES) are a set of ten minimum workplace standards. The NES covers all employees working in Australia who come under the national system.
19 August 2018
Legal Case
In a decision delivered by the Federal Court on 23 June, 2020, labour hire company CoreStaff WA PTY Ltd was found to have discriminated against a worker because of his age.
26 April 2019
News
The ABCC has filed Federal Court proceedings against the CFMMEU and several of its NSW officials over alleged unlawful pickets of a Sydney-based crane company on 25 and 30 January 2019.  
9 May 2019
Legal Case
The ABCC filed Federal Court proceedings against the CFMMEU and several of its NSW officials over alleged unlawful pickets of a Sydney-based crane company on 25 and 30 January 2019. The allegations also include related threats made against the company’s managing director in October 2018.
9 May 2019
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In a decision delivered by the Federal Court today, a Western Australian labour hire company has been found to have discriminated against a worker because of his age.
26 June 2020

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