Fair Work review fails to sway business groups

Fair Work Australia could be given greater powers to resolve mining industry pay disputes, and improve flexibility for carers, under changes proposed in a review of the Fair Work Act. 


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What a disgrace on the government's behalf to continue to provide more and more powers to unions who have no intention of protecting employee rights other to line their own pockets and continue to create and dismantle what is a productive economy in these time. Lip service should be defined as what unions continually provide to their own members and the media as a whole on what their intentions are

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