Two major trade unions have slammed the federal government’s construction industry regime as ineffective as they launch an application in the Fair Work Commission to recover the entitlements of 850 people left jobless by the shock collapse of a second contract on the troubled Northern Territory I
Early this morning the CFMEU received notice that Laing O’Rourke were immediately relinquishing their tanks project contract at the $34 billion Ichthys LNG Plant over a pay dispute between Laing O’Rourke and Kawasaki Heavy Industries.
The Master Builders Associations latest embarrassing error proves that they have lost touch with their members and are instead focused solely on an ideological war with the CFMEU, the union’s ACT branch secretary said today in Canberra.
The Master Builders Association of the ACT published the following pamphlets which were made available in hard copy and on our website: “Enterprise Bargaining Agreements: busting the myths about EBAs” and “Get a better deal”.
The Australian Border Force is hopelessly under resourced to intercept the arrival in Australia of illegal asbestos products and other dangerous non-conforming building products, a Senate inquiry will hear today in Brisbane.