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Owner of collapsed Bangladesh garment factory to face murder charges
01/06/15 - The owner of the Bangladeshi garment factory which collapsed and killed 1,100 people in 2013 will be charged with murder.
ACTU to increase campaigning focus
29/05/15 - The ACTU will increase its focus on campaigning during elections, following a vote on the issue at the triennial ACTU Congress in Melbourne.
ACTU urges collaboration between unions, business
07/05/15 - The ACTU this week challenged business to stimulate manufacturing by collaborating with unions to campaign for skills, investment and innovation.
Workers in agriculture, food processing allegedly being exploited
05/05/15 - Foreign workers in the fruit picking and food processing industries are enduring slave-like conditions, according to an ABC Four Corners report.
Business groups continue push for industrial relations changes
19/03/15 - Business groups are telling the Productivity Commission inquiry into the workplace relations that Australia needs a simple, flexible system.
Fair Work Commission has too much power, says former deputy president
11/03/15 - The power to set awards and minimum wages should be given to the Parliament, according to the former deputy president of the Fair Work Commission.
Employment Minister, Eric Abetz.
24/02/15 - The government says it will not seek to change penalty rates or the minimum wage, even if the Productivity Commission’s inquiry makes such recommendations.
UK clothing manufacturing booms, but workers' rights lag behind
19/02/15 - Clothes manufacturing in the UK has seen a striking revival since 2007.
Former Darrell Lea workers to finally receive redundancy pay
18/02/15 - ​An agreement has been reached between Darrell Lea’s owners and the union representing former workers over redundancy entitlements.
Industrial relations – Melbourne workers end sit-in
02/02/15 - Workers at the International Flavors and Fragrances factory in Dandenong have ended their four-day sit-in and reached agreement with management.
ACTU President Ged Kearney.
23/01/15 - The union movement has attacked the Productivity Commission’s inquiry into industrial relations, saying it will reduce rights and conditions for workers.

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