Union officials may have a right to enter building worksites under certain circumstances.
Coercion is the act of organising or taking action, or threatening to organise or take action against someone with the intent to influence that person or another person to do something.
Discrimination is taking an adverse action against someone in the workplace or against a prospective employee because of personal attributes protected by the FW Act.
A union or an employer may be breaking the law if they put pressure on workers to make a decision about joining, not joining or leaving a union.
It is unlawful to organise or engage in conduct that prevents or restricts people from accessing or leaving building sites.