Employers appeal 'super-union' decision as Coalition mulls plan to block merger

Employers appeal 'super-union' decision as Coalition mulls plan to block merger
 

Two employer groups have launched an appeal to a decision that allowed a merger of the leftwing Construction, Forestry, Mining and Energy Union and the maritime and textile unions.
Meanwhile, the workplace relations minister, Craig Laundy, has renewed lobbying the crossbench over a bill to add a “public interest” test to union mergers and refused to rule out applying it to the new merger.
The Fair Work Commission decision on Tuesday to allow the new “super-union” set off a round of political recriminations directed at the Coalition, and the former employment minister Michaelia Cash, for... read more

 
8 March 2018 in World News, Views: 31
Source: Guardian
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