The Federal Government hopes to restore certainty over the review of default super funds in awards after FSC’s court win last week that ruled the Fair Work Commission (FWC) expert panel process was invalid in its current form. Employment minister Eric Abetz said the decision had put “the review of default award super funds for ...more
Workplace Relations minister Bill Shorten, a key figure in last night’s caucus ousting of Julia Gillard, earlier today told radio station 3AW he had requested new Prime Minister Kevin Rudd that he retain the WR and financial services portfolio.
And the Federal Government’s 457 visa legislation has passed the House of Representatives despite fears earlier today the Bill could be dumped after it was left off today’s running order for debate.
— from Workforce Daily, 18734, 27 June 2013.
The 11th annual Workforce Conference will be held on November 16 at the Westin in Melbourne. Confirmed speakers include WR minister Bill Shorten, Fair Work Australia Vice President Graeme Watson, ACTU President Ged Kearney, CFMEU (construction) national secretary Dave Noonan and many more.