Written by Workforce chief journalist Gerard May. EXCLUSIVE: United Voice WA has claimed Wilson Security Pty Ltd owes hundreds of workers thousands of dollars after it wrongly placed security guards who started employment after mid-2014 onto a Work Choices enterprise agreement (EA) that did not guarantee overtime penalty rates. The union is supporting two Wilson ...more
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The Western Australian government has finally released the 396-page Amendola Review of the state’s industrial relations system – some 13 months after the review was completed. But the government’s response to date has satisfied no-one: Unions suspect a return to Work Choices while employers fear the government won’t go far enough in implementing the sweeping recommendations.
Source: Thomson Reuters Workforce news, 7 December 2010.
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The road that led to the Fair Work Act does represent a federal triumph – but a “federal triumph which is not complete”, according to Federal Magistrate Toni Lucev.
Unions WA has accused the Western Australian Government of “sitting” on the Amendola report into proposed State industrial relations reforms in the lead up to the federal election.