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Australian national workplace relations tribunal

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The Fair Work Commission (FWC), until 2013 known as Fair Work Australia (FWA), is the Australian industrial relations tribunal created by the Fair Work Act 2009 as part of the Rudd Government's reforms to industrial relations in Australia. Operations commenced on 1 July 2009. It is the successor of the Australian Industrial Relations Commission, and also performs functions previously performed by the Workplace Authority and the Australian Fair Pay Commission. Since March 2012, Iain JK Ross has been the President of FWC, and Bernadette O'Neill is its current General Manager. As of 29 May 2019, it operates under the portfolio of the Australian Attorney-General, the Hon. Christian Porter MP.

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Folau, Rugby Aust fail to reach settlement

Israel Folau says he is disappointed a settlement wasn't reached with Rugby Australia at a conciliation meeting before the Fair Work Commission on Friday.
SBS - Published

Israel Folau arrives for Rugby Australia meeting asking for an apology

Israel Folau says he hopes to get an apology from Rugby Australia when mediation begins at the Fair Work Commission on Friday.
SBS - Published

Minimum wage increased by 3 per cent

The Fair Work Commission has decided on a 3 per cent increase in the national minimum wage from 1 July.
SBS - Published

Annual minimum wage rise to be announced

The Fair Work Commission will hand down its annual national minimum wage decision on Thursday, with the pay rise to take effect from July 1.
SBS - Published

Wage increase won't threaten economy: ACTU

ACTU president Michele O'Neil will present the case for a six per cent increase to the minimum wage at a Fair Work Commission hearing in Sydney.
SBS - Published

Union boss to argue for minimum wage rise

ACTU president Michele O'Neil will present the case for a six per cent increase to the minimum wage at a Fair Work Commission hearing in Sydney.
SBS - Published

Labor vows to raise Australian wages on ‘first day of government’

Bill Shorten has written to the Fair Work Commission president signalling Labor plans to move quickly to raise the minimum wage if they are elected on Saturday.
SBS - Published

Labor to act on wages on first day of govt

Bill Shorten has written to the Fair Work Commission president signalling Labor plans to move quickly to raise the minimum wage if they are elected on Saturday.
SBS - Published

'His policy is people should be sacked': Shorten, Morrison square off on wages

Australian workers on the minimum wage would receive an extra $43 a week under a union proposal submitted to the Fair Work Commission as the government and Labor face off over wages.
SBS - Published

Scott Morrison says Bill Shorten wants businesses to sack people to give others a pay rise

Australian workers on the minimum wage would receive an extra $43 a week under a union proposal submitted to the Fair Work Commission as the government and Labor face off over wages.
SBS - Published

Morrison warns cafe owners will sack workers as unions push for $43-a-week rise

Australian workers on the minimum wage would receive an extra $43 a week under a union proposal submitted to the Fair Work Commission as the government and Labor face off over wages.
SBS - Published

Unions push $43-a-week minimum wage boost

The Australian Council of Trade Unions has urged the Fair Work Commission for a $43-a-week wage increase for the nation's lowest-paid workers.
SBS - Published

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