Aurizon Staff Enterprise Agreement 2018
(iii) Union members are paid to participate in quarterly union meetings; In assessing the evidence, His Honour ruled on a number of so-called “incriminating” provisions contained in the agreement, including: it should also be noted that the works secretary demonstrates, on cross-examination, that management did not attempt to discuss its concerns about the agreement with the CFMMEU. In its intervention, the applicant argued that the costs imposed on it by the agreement `constitute an obstacle to the economic and flexible recovery of Russell Vale`s operation`. . . . .