Latest employees News

Tasmania prepared to live with Covid
Department fined $200,000 over student’s death
New director for Tasracing
SA Public Sector employees deliver ‘YES’ vote for new pay deal
New Year’s Eve celebration to welcome in Newcastle new year
Pinjarra Industrial Estate sets stage for local business growth
TAFE training gathers steam thanks to Shell partnership
Lockdown Business Support Boosted
Accelerating mineral exploration in SA
Amazon’s Big Friday Black Day for Worker Rights
Fall 2021 introductory IoT seminar led by Tokyo Tech alumni
Bass Coast Chats about gender equality
Changing face of men’s health
Australia’s managed fund industry to attract more international investment
Industry welcomes removal of unworkable provisions from Religious Discrimination Bill
Boeing to Deliver Additional Chinook Helicopters to U.S. Army Special Operations
Thousands of RMIT employees to be back paid $10 million following NTEU wage theft dispute
Greens call for increase in WGEA’s powers
Federal monopoly broken as future gaming market legislation passes Legislative Council
ACTU calls on Government to strengthen WGEA
Queensland Police Service granted White Ribbon Workplace Accreditation
Skills shortage helps AWU’s Baiada maintenance workers win 15% pay rise
Statement from NSW Police Commissioner Mick Fuller
Helping keep city safe
Prime Minister’s Prizes for Science: 2022 nominations open
Summer workforce campaign promotes benefits of working in tourism and hospitality
Salini Australia Pty Ltd fined $200,000 over injury at Forrestfield Airport Link Project
EY report reveals scale of Western Australia’s future gas growth
Fair Work Amendment tramples preferences of employees
Beauty salon operators penalised
Sydney cafe operators in court 23 November
Industry welcomes improved Pacific Australia Labour Mobility scheme
Govt providing business tools to vaccinate workforces
Why You Should Give Sh*t about Gas and Fertiliser
Opposition’s ‘Same Job, Same Pay’ Bill is unwarranted, unfair and unworkable
Public inquiry into corruption allegation concerning former RMS employees resumes
Flying kangaroo reconnecting Victoria with world
Furniture transport business faces court
Horse trainer in court
Labour hire company and placement company penalised for discriminating against prospective employee
Cornell-led Grow-NY contest boosts NYS food, ag startups
PWS celebrates 50 years
Epworth Eastern Kew closure
‘Grow your career in horticulture’ AUSVEG highlights diverse range of jobs in sector
Researchers call for study participants: How do workers in Illawarra respond to industrial change
Sunshine Coast business penalised
Adelaide restaurant obstructed inspector
Rio Tinto becomes sole owner of Diavik Diamond Mine