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1 CA calls for restricting state agencies' access to metadata
2 Annualised salaries: what are the options?
3 Is the CFMMEU the most unlawful organisation in the history of Australia's industrial laws, as Christian Porter says?
4 Restoring the construction watchdog ABCC: experts respond
5 Global: Coronavirus COVID-19 Daily Update for Employers
6 You shall not pass! High Court rejects Barbaro principle in civil penalty proceedings.
7 Employment Law and Workplace Relations Monthly Update
8 Annualised salaries and set-off clauses: are they worth the trouble?
9 Fair Work Decision – Linkhill fined $313500 for overpaying workers
10 We need to face facts – Jacinda is our Obama. Welcome to NeoKindness
11 Employment law and workplace relations update: in the media, published reports, articles, speeches, cases and legislation
12 Victory for Andrews Labor Government as anti-wage theft law is passed
13 Annualised salaries: what are the options?
14 Child Labor and Forced Labor Reports: Uzbekistan
15 Wage theft can now lead to 10 years in jail in Victoria
16 CFMEU official banned for foul-mouthed abuse and intimidation
17 Boris Johnson is planning a package of measures to boost construction industry after lockdown
18 Fact check: Did industrial disputes fall under the ABCC and rise after it was abolished?
19 FactCheck: are two-thirds of all industrial disputes in Australia in the construction sector?
20 Negotiating agreed penalties with regulators is OK, says High Court
21 U.K. Nuclear Fleet Plans Evaporating Amid Economic, Political Problems
22 Explained: The two pieces of legislation that could force an election
23 Job preservation and restructuring
24 Luxembourg Employers Obligations During Heat Waves During COVID-19
25 Revived construction sector watchdog more politics than productivity
26 Federal Government introduces new Building Code
27 Fact check: Would building workers have less rights than ice dealers under ABCC laws?
28 Competition law insights from the Trade Union Royal Commission
29 CFMEU runs riot on $89m asset base
30 Are two-thirds of all industrial disputes in Australia in the construction sector?
31 Sham contracts leave builders short-changed
32 The broken promise of decent and fair wages
33 Building sector to keep summer shutdown after talks fail
34 Senator Michaelia Cash under pressure to explain Nigel Hadgkiss appointment
35 CFMEU ordered to pay more than $500,000 in fines for unlawful acts
36 CFMEU, organiser Michael ‘Mick’ Myles fined $52,000
37 Construction starts six months early on £51M A19 upgrade
38 Suffolk authorities fear Sizewell C construction will lead to rise in prostitution and drug dealing
39 Planning for the future
40 Inside track: Local Government
41 First-step analysis: mining in Sweden
42 $50,000 boost for new home-buyers on the cards
43 Georgia: Worker Rights, Safety at Risk
44 Employment Flash
45 Construction union facing six-figure fine for illegally entering Adelaide building site
46 $18 million penalty for Visa's exclusive dealing in Dynamic Currency Conversion
47 Emails shed light on Nigel Hadgkiss' conduct
48 Stonehenge Tunnel construction pushed back another year
49 ITM closes construction sites after virus precaution checks
50 Union official's 'war' threat leads to contempt of court finding
51 Annualised salaries and set-off clauses: are they worth the trouble?
52 CFMEU's Dean Hall clashes with lawyers over asbestos fears at Canberra worksite
53 Grower To Pay $50K In Owed Pay To Workers | Scoop News
54 City Council cheat sheet: What Philly’s legislators wanted to do and how it actually worked out
55 Belgian Ministry of Employment Temperature Checks
56 How construction tech firms are proving their worth during lockdown
57 Digital revolution of construction practices could save £400bn by 2040
58 Former ACTU chief joins Fair Work amid claims of jobs for 'Labor mates'
59 2020 Investment Climate Statements: Uzbekistan
60 ESG Industry Report Card: Telecoms
61 American Ghent
62 Coronavirus outbreak: Live updates on COVID-19
63 Over 700 buildings in Kenya death traps
64 The CFMEU union toughs who brought John Holland to its knees
65 CFMEU pushes for mandatory drug and alcohol testing on construction sites
66 Employer held to task again, this time in the BOP
67 CFMEU fined for threatening company and blockading building site
68 Prohibition notices must be taken seriously
69 NEWS
70 Everything City Council did -- and didn't do -- before going on summer vacation
71 Teesside carbon capture project reaches second public consultation stage
72 Government agencies axed in MYEFO announcement
73 Balfour Beatty faces daily £10000 fine for overrunning road works
74 Fact check: Is Labor's economic plan the most comprehensive in living memory?
75 Stonehenge Tunnel | £35M archaeology contract awarded ahead of planning decision
76 Former police officer who told inmate girlfriend was born a man fired from his new job
77 Fair Work Building and Construction opens probe into CFMEU 'bullying' claims at Melbourne Airport
78 Kenya opens market for US wheat | 2020-02-26
79 Guidance for Transport Operators
80 NIE Finance plc
81 When a union official comes knocking
82 Major firms caught in scams
83 NAB hires another 500: Where to find a job during Covid-19
84 'Pretty impressive': Greg Norman's major endorsement of Donald Trump
85 Covid-19: Planning profession impact
86 Workers' just war on construction bullies
87 10 Things You Should Know About The CFMEU, The Union At The Centre Of Corruption Allegations
88 Second Court Appearance For Man Charged With Migrant Exploitation
89 Queen’s Birthday Honours 2020: Full list revealed
90 Building site fatalities on Dutch construction projects double in two years
91 Michaelia Cash appointed Nigel Hadgkiss knowing he had broken the law
92 CFMEU boss retains right to walk onto any construction site
93 Health and Safety Executive (HSE)
94 Concrete offers put Irishmen in clover
95 Stonehenge Tunnel decision delayed again due to archaeological find
96 Uber Eats driver sacked for being 10 minutes late escalates legal action
97 Management Of Older People In The Prison Network
98 Exclusive: Cotton On worker repeatedly denied JobKeeper for months
99 £250M Derby road upgrade latest Highways England scheme hit by planning delay
100 ESG. Risks and opportunities in the infrastructure investment cycle (Asia edition)