If you thought that housing was expensive, wait until the feral construction unions get their hands on the domestic housing construction sector. The legal seeds for this long-held union ambition are to be planted later this year by the Albanese government.
The process is to force every independent tradie into the clutches of the industrial relations system by imposing a de facto, compulsory unionism on housing tradies through the backdoor.
Currently, tradies are their own bosses because they work under commercial contracts not employment contracts.
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