The Construction, Forestry, Mining and Energy Union is again calling for a broad-ranging national corruption watchdog after polling showed almost two-thirds of voters support a national regulator.
The Liberal Party is trying to bring back the ABCC. “Constructing Fear” (2007) documents the impact of the ABCC on construction workers and their families.
The CFMEU has today called on employers and governments to support greater participation for women in male dominated industries.
The case against ACT CFMEU Secretary Dean Hall will not be pursued by the DPP as it has fallen outside the statutory time period.
None of the arguments put up by the Liberal Government in support of the ABCC stack up, according to the CFMEU.
The CFMEU has welcomed the decision of ‘not guilty’ in the Downing Street Local court in Sydney today in relation to a criminal charge laid against official Michael Greenfield by the Fair Work Buil
The CFMEU is lodging a complaint with the Commonwealth Ombudsman over the behaviour of the Fair Work Building Commission in their latest action against 13 officials including national secretary Mic
Messages of solidarity with CFMEU Victoria officials John Setka and Shaun Reardon have been flooding in from Australian and Internaitonal Unions.
The Building Industry Group (BIG) of unions in conjunction with Brookfield Multiplex, will on Friday launch an Australian-first Drug and Alcohol Management Program (DAMP) rollout at on one of the l
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