OMS penalised for refusing to hire non-unionised labour
The Federal Court of Australia has fined Offshore Marine Services (OMS) of WA for deliberately refusing to employ seafarers who were not members of the Maritime Union of Australia.
The Fair Work Ombudsman will look into the MUA's involvement in the case as well. Photo - Shutterstock
OMS (ACN 109 339 433) is a provider of offshore drilling and marine personnel to the oil and gas industry, with offices in WA and in NZ.
OMS was penalised under the Workplace Relations Act (1996) and its successor, the Fair...
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