Inquiry into the Workplace Relations Framework actu submission to the Productivity Commission



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About the ACTU


The Australian Council of Trade Unions is the peak body representing almost 2 million working Australians.  The ACTU and its affiliated unions have a long and proud history of representing workers’ industrial and legal rights and advocating for improvements to legislation to protect these rights. 

Index to Tables




Table 1: Features of the Conciliation & Arbitration and Fair Work Systems 19

Table 2: Employee preferring more hours and number of extra hours, Australia, 2013 46

Table 3: Employees by employment category, Australia 2001 & 2013 (%) 49

Table 4: Entitlement to flexible start and finish times, Australia 2013 (%) 55

Table 5: Reported overskilling in employment (%) 76

Table 6: Employment in selected industries, Australia 2000 to 2014 86

Table 7: Male full-time employment to population ratios, skilled and unskilled by selected age groups 91

Table 8: Indicia and the multi-factor test 113

Table 9: Minimum wage bite in selected years since 1990 144

Table 10: Method of setting pay for employees based on employer reported data, per cent of employees 176

Table 11: Penalty Rate Scenarios for Nurses – Example A 201

Table 12: Penalty Rate Scenarios for Nurses – Example B 201

Table 13: Features of Long Service Leave Schemes 213

Table 14: Portable, industry-based Long Service Leave Schemes 214

Table 15: Collective Agreements Lodged and Approved 243

Table 16: Collective Agreements Not Approved 243

Table 17: Proportion of agreements not approved 244

Table 18: Agreements not approved v. applications withdrawn 244

Table 19: Reasons for approval applications not being approved 2009/10 to 2011/12 245

Table 20: The FW Act and Coverage of the State, Territory and Local Public Sector 308

Table 21: Method of Setting Pay by Gender 361

Table 22: Method of Setting Pay by Occupation 362

Table 23: Method of Setting Pay by Occupation 363

Table 24: Injured Workers’ protection from involuntary termination 394

Table 25: Breakdown of applications made to the FW Commission 2013/14 426






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