The ABCC has filed Federal Court proceedings alleging the CFMMEU and four of its officials, together with SA company Core-Form Pty Ltd and two of its directors unlawfully picketed the$27 million East Terrace apartments building site in Adelaide.
29 September 2020
The Federal Court has today imposed penalties totaling $137,590 against the CFMMEU and three of its officials for unlawfully entering an Adelaide worksite on four occasions between April and July 2014. The Court imposed the following penalties:
27 July 2018
The Federal Court has imposed penalties totaling $108,875 against the CFMMEU and Harris HMC Interiors for attempting to coerce a demolition subcontractor to make an enterprise agreement with the CFMMEU at the Kathleen Syme Library and Community Centre in Carlton.
23 September 2019
The Federal Court has today awarded penalties totalling $92,000 against the CFMMEU and an experienced organiser for their involvement in a blockade of Aldi’s Altona store during its construction in 2014.
11 October 2019
The Full Federal Court has today largely dismissed the CFMMEU’s appeal against penalties handed down in the October 2018 BKH judgment.
14 February 2020
The ABCC has this week secured more than $46,000 in penalties and legal costs against West Australian company Big Li Ceiling Pty Ltd and its director Yiting Li.
21 February 2020
Minimum wages in construction industry modern awards will increase by 1.75 per cent from the first full pay period starting on or after 1 November 2020.These awards include:
19 October 2020
Welcome to the second edition of Enterprise Agreement News. In this edition we will outline how to get your agreement assessed if you applied for and/or received a letter of compliance for an agreement made before 2 December 2016 before the transitional arrangements were amended.
3 July 2017
In a landmark decision today, the Federal Court has for the first time handed down penalties of $270,000 against the CFMMEU for unlawfully picketing two Melbourne construction sites in 2017.
6 December 2019
The Federal Court has today penalised the CFMMEU and two of its officials $123,500 as a result of unlawfully coercing workers to join and pay membership fees to the union and coercing subcontractors to pay “union rates” during construction work on Melbourne University’s college site in Parkville in 2016.
5 June 2020