Week-long health and safety blitz of Essential Energy sites over stress, bullying and harassment concerns
Concerned Essential Energy employees worried about the inadequate handling of stress factors surrounding major job cuts, along with reports of workplace bullying and harassment, have sparked a week-long union health and safety blitz across NSW, starting today.
On Tuesday, 20 October 2015 the Government released the Independent Pricing and Regulatory Authority (IPART) report into Council’s Fit for the Future Proposals.
Mike Baird wants to lock in council mergers across the state by the end of the year, setting the scene for pitched battles with local governments that do not want to bend.
The United Services Union was advised that your Enterprise Bargaining Agreement did not allow for the contracts dispute to be heard at the Fair Work Commission as the disputes clause in your EBA as it stands, only allows for matters within the EBA or the National Employment Standards (NES) to be disputed at the Fair Work Commission.
The Independent Pricing and Regulatory Tribunal (IPART) has today handed its assessment of council proposals under the Fit for the Future reforms to the NSW Government.
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