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Code covered entities must ensure there is an approach to managing drugs and alcohol issues in the workplace to help ensure that no person attending the site to perform work does so under the influence of the drugs or alcohol listed in Schedule 4 to the Code.
19 August 2018
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Table of ContentsProviding voluntary paid leave to employees
2 April 2020
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The ABCC conducts many proactive education and compliance activities to ensure employers, employees and other building industry participants are meeting their obligations under Australia’s workplace laws. 
22 January 2019
Legal Case
On 2 November 2016, following a contested trial, the Federal Court held that 53 employees engaged in unlawful industrial action in contravention of s.417 of the Fair Work Act 2009. On 22 March 2017 the Federal Court handed down penalties totalling $68,900 on 53 respondents.
31 August 2018
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There are several requirements that funding entities must adhere to regarding tenders and calls for expressions of interest (EOI) for Commonwealth funded work. We’ve outlined these below; they’ll help you ensure that you’re compliant with the Code.
19 August 2018
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What to expect from the ABCC Working for the ABCC has a wide range of personal and financial benefits, including competitive salary levels and 15.4% superannuation (including superannuation choice). The ABCC offers a productive and supportive workplace that’s rewarding, enjoyable and safe for all staff.
19 August 2018
News
The ABCC has commenced Federal Court action against the CFMMEU and seven officials alleging they targeted Wollongong crane company WGC Cranes and its workers as part of a campaign to coerce the company to sign up to a new CFMMEU enterprise agreement.
19 November 2019
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The 2011-12 Annual Report was submitted to the Minister for Jobs, Skills and Workplace Relations on 2 October 2012.
11 December 2012
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The 2011-12 Annual Report was submitted to the Minister for Jobs, Skills and Workplace Relations on 2 October 2012.  
17 December 2012
Legal Case
The ABCC commenced legal proceedings in the Federal Court against the CFMMEU and its official John Windus alleging he racially abused a safety supervisor at a Perth construction site in February this year.
16 April 2019

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