The Construction, Forestry, Mining and Energy Union condemns the move by Malcolm Turnbull to force a vote on the ABCC legislation, labelling it as blackmail.
Changes to Fly-in Fly-out (FIFO) rules will be a win for workers and mining communities as coal companies will soon have to look local before bringing in out of area employees.
The Construction, Forestry, Mining and Energy Union has responded to comments by Greens Leader Richard Di Natale in the senate this morning.
The Construction, Forestry, Mining and Energy Union stands in solidarity with Fairfax Media staff, following the announcement of 120 editorial job losses across The Age, Sydney Morning Herald and F
The Construction, Forestry, Mining and Energy Union welcomed yesterday’s report arising out of the Senate Inquiry into Australia's temporary work visa program but called on the Government to take s
The CFMEU has today sought to shed some light on the secret backroom deal struck between the Coalition and the Greens on Senate reform, labelling it as an attack on workers’ rights.
The CFMEU has today called on employers and governments to support greater participation for women in male dominated industries.
The CFMEU is today calling for a royal commission into Australia's big banks, after further revelations of gross misconduct and scandal in the banking sector.
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.
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