The Federal Court has today ordered the CFMMEU and seven of its officers to pay penalties totalling $313,000 for their unlawful conduct against a number of concreting companies at construction sites in Sydney in 2014 and 2015.
In response to queries, the ABCC provides the following guidance to code covered entities on their obligations under section 16 of the Code for the Tendering and Performance of Building Work 2016.
Section 16 of the Code does not require any action to be taken where an employer has authorised the absence of their workers.
The Australian Building and Construction Commission is reminding all building industry participants ahead of a series of nation-wide rallies to familiarise themselves with their rights and responsibilities.
The ABCC has commenced proceedings against West Australian company Big Li Ceiling Pty Ltd and its director Yiting Li alleging the company failed to produce records and documents of its workers and subcontractors during a wages and entitlements audit.
Welcome to the September – October 2018 edition of Industry update, our bi-monthly online newsletter.
Industry Update provides updates on the latest activities of the ABCC, industry trends, and emerging issues.
Australian Building and Construction Commission Deputy Commissioner Cathy Cato and other construction and small business regulators will this month host a free information night in Yamba aimed at assisting northern NSW commercial subcontractors secure their payments.
The CFMMEU’s former South Australian organiser Mark Gava has been penalised $6,000 and his union $68,000 following Mr Gava breaching right of entry laws at the Flinders Medical Centre project in Adelaide in December 2016.