Daylight saving starts at 2am on Sunday 1 October in ACT, NSW, SA, Tas and Vic. Find out what employees get if they work overnight when daylight saving starts.

In March 2022, the ABCC commenced court proceedings alleging that Jason Bushnell, and through him the Construction, Forestry, Maritime, Mining and Energy Union (CFMMEU), breached sections 346, 348 and 349 of the Fair Work Act at the Brisbane South State Secondary College project in May 2021.

We have 2 new videos for migrant workers and small business owners on how we can help. Our help includes free tools, resources and workplace advice.

Find out more about upcoming changes to overtime and penalty rates for employees covered by the Professional Employees Award.

We’re asking some important questions about minimum workplace entitlements in the Fast Food and Restaurants sector.

In September 2020, the ABCC commenced court proceedings alleging CFMMEU officials Paul Tzimas and Ronnie Buckley and the CFMMEU breached the Fair Work Act by acting in an improper manner at the West Gate Tunnel construction project in Melbourne in December 2019.

Employees of non-small business employers can now access 10 days of paid family and domestic violence leave in a 12-month period. Employees of small businesses can access the leave from 1 August 2023.

In January 2022, the ABCC commenced court proceedings alleging breaches of the Fair Work Act by the CFMMEU and CFMMEU officials Wyatt Raymount, Travis Brook, Alexandria Russell and Desmond Savage at the Yatala Labour Prison project site in Northfield, South Australia.

There are new workplace laws and changes to awards starting from June 2023 until the end of the year. Read our summary information for key dates to make sure you’re ready.

There are changes to the Fair Work Act including to superannuation, unpaid parental leave and authorised deductions. Find out more.