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Business Council of Australia chief executive Jennifer Westacott (Image: AAP/Mick Tsikas)

Weapons down? Maybe, but there is plenty to fight about. Here’s a list of friction points

The prime minister wants businesses and unions to 'down weapons' to negotiate industrial reform. But there's a lot they don't agree on.

Fair Work Australia general manager Bernadette O'Neill. (Image: AAP/Alan Porritt)

Fair Work Commission working hard to manage increased complaints

The COVID-19 crisis has led to an increase in unfair dismissal cases for the Fair Work Commission. Plus other coronavirus news.

Former prime minister Julia Gillard

Lessons must be learnt, Gillard says

Good morning, early birds. Julia Gillard is calling for an investigation into China's original COVID-19 outbreak, and the Fair Work Commission is considering deferring minimum wage increases for JobKeeper-eligible companies. It's the news you need to know, with Chris Wood.

Hitler meme employee’s downfall 

A BP employee will appeal the Fair Work Commission’s ruling that it was fair to sack him over a popular online Hitler meme. The case is the latest in a line of examples of social media blurring the lines between work and recreation.

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We need to make ‘bad’ jobs great again

Today's jobs aren't inherently worse than those that came before, but they are in need of dire help.

ACTU Assistant Secretary Liam O'Brien addresses the media following the Fair Work ruling. (Image: AAP/David Crosling)

Facts defy Fair Work Commission’s bizarre minimum wage logic

The Fair Work Commission has reduced wage increases for the one in five Australians on minimum wages, reflecting a complete misunderstanding of the state of the economy.

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Labor’s new leadership takes the stage

Good morning, early birds. Anthony Albanese's new Labor leadership team has made its debut, and not everyone is happy with the Fair Work Commission's minimum wage increase. It's the news you need to know, with Rachel Withers.

Labor caves on surveillance laws

Good morning, early birds. Labor helps the Coalition pass unprecedented surveillance laws. Plus, the Fair Work Commission gets inundated by employer-friendly appointments. It's the news you need to know, with Chris Woods.

How the meaning of bullying has changed

Crikey readers discuss workplace bullying, Fraser Anning and other stories of the day.

Cricket Australia sacking: what are your rights when you’re fired for tweeting?

There has been shock at the revelations that Cricket Australia has fired a woman for her non-work-related tweets. What are her options?

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