BHP should apologise to its workforce, according to the coal mining union, after the full bench of the Fair Work Commission struck down the Big Australian's attempt to impose dodgy enterprise agree
A proposed $32 billion investment in renewable energy contains no plans to support coal power workers or
BHP duds OS workers at Mt Arthur, Latrobe Valley's new coal-to-hydrogen plant, China's import ban and more. Latest news for mining and energy workers in October's Common Cause.
Hydrogen is being touted as the next generation fuel for cars, power stations and homes.
The Miners’ Union is urging BHP not to again force its Operations Services workforce to work this Christmas and Boxing Day, but rather to apply the long-standing practice of calling for volunteers
Western Australia's parliament has passed industrial manslaughter laws which will enforce a maximum penalty of 20 years' imprisonment for workplace deaths.
Casual coal miners should be wary about joining a class action being run by profit-driven litigation firm Adero after a Federal Court judge slammed a recent settlement for leaving workers with ‘did
BHP’s announcement today it will invest in more apprenticeships is a hollow promise, with existing training programs failing to provide Queenslanders with transferable skills and qualifications, th
September's Common Cause looks at our casuals campaign, the discrimination claim for BHP 'vulnerable' labour hire workers, win on automation jobs and much more.
Operations at the Cerrejón coal mine, owned by multinationals Glencore, BHP and Anglo American, came to a halt on 31 August when Sintarcarbón launched a strike, after rejecting a shift change that