Today’s announcement that a Federal Labor Government would provide ongoing funding of $2 million a year to support the important work of Ethical Clothing Australia has been welcomed by the CFMEU Ma
Joel Fitzgibbon (pictured), the ALP Shadow Minister for Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry and Shadow Minister for Rural and Regional Australia dropped in to the union office last week to talk to
Jenny Kruschel, National Secretary of the TCF Sector of the CFMEU Manufacturing Division spoke at a tribute to the workers who lost their lives in the Rana Plaza tragedy on April 24th 2013, the ann
South Australian CFMEU members, the AEU, CEPU and CPSU rallied on the steps of Parliament House in Adelaide today calling for a change of Australia’s federal government.
Global unions that collectively represent more than 70 million workers in 150 countries have launched an international campaign to put pressure on multinational manufacturer Kimberly-Clark to save
Up to 220 jobs will be lost in South Western Sydney after multinational manufacturer Kimberly-Clark revealed that production of Australia’s top-selling Huggies nappies will be moved to China in the
The latest edition of the CFMEU Manufacturing newsletter is out now! It's your one-stop-shop for all the latest news across our division.
In this issue:
The CFMEU Manufacturing division is hiring a Senior Organiser to be based in Melbourne.
As our Senior Organiser, you will:
Business leaders on bloated executive salaries have been slammed for their hypocritical claims that Opposition Leader Bill Shorten’s pledge to boost the minimum wage to a living wage “would take Au
The Union has recovered $18,000 in unpaid super for a member after her employer refused to pay our seamstress member her superannuation entitlements for 3 years.
Authorised by Michael O'Connor, National Secretary,165 Bouverie Street Carlton 3053