Australian Manufacturing Workers' Union

 

Hastings Deering FWC Order

MARCH 15, 2021 – The FWC has made an Interim s.418 Order, binding employees so that they stop industrial action about HDAL. The Interim Order requires that any industrial action, by any employee must not be engaged in, or threatened. Further, any industrial action must not be organised, aided, abetted, directed, procured, induced, advised, authorised, encouraged or facilitated and any direction, advice or authorisation by Employee/s to engage in industrial action is withdrawn.

Full details of the order are here.

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