The CFMEU has welcomed the decision today of the Senate in the Federal Parliament to vote down the bill to reestablish the ABCC.
The CFMEU joined with other unions to send a clear message to the Labor Party and Abbott Government - say YES to local jobs and NO to exploitation.
We are now accepting applications for our Pre-Apprenticeship Certificate II Construction - Carpentry course. Hands-on experience, support finding work and highly qualified, experienced staff.
In case you missed it, watch this stunning exposé from A Current Affair last night.
* John Setka speaks at National Rally March 4, 2015
* CFMEU and Probuild supporting the Good Friday Appeal
The CFMEU construction division is today announcing its proposal for an impairment policy in the industry.
A $10,200 fine for going to a march?
(Opinion piece by CFMEU Secretary John Setka, which appeared in Australian Financial Review 20/2/15)
The CFMEU was saddened by the loss last year of Adrian 'Skinner' McLoughlin.