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Adelaide trams to stop for three hours tomorrow
RBA STAFF VOTE TO REJECT BANK’S ENTERPRISE AGREEMENT OFFER
Qantas Group posts first full year profit since COVID
Swinburne NTEU members join rising tide of Victorian university strike action
Pilot excellence shines through in Qantas results
Offshore Alliance negotiates in-principle agreement with Woodside, members’ vote to determine path forward
Union urges “no” vote on RBA staff Enterprise Agreement ballot today Top economist condemns bank’s position on staff pay
Offshore Alliance members vote to take industrial action
Tram workers take industrial action to secure fair pay and conditions
Australian wages increase 0.8 per cent in June quarter
RBA staff vehemently reject real wages cut
Australia the loser with new workplace laws
Offshore Alliance members at Chevron and Woodside contemplate industrial action
President’s statement on implementing government reforms and our performance
Summer of water worries looms after talks break down at Sydney Water
APSC rejections leave model employer commitment in doubt
Offshore Alliance members to decide on industrial action on Woodside’s LNG platforms
VIRGIN WORKERS SERVE FIVE-POINT CLAIM ON BAIN CAPITAL FOR FAIRNESS AND RESPECT AHEAD OF IPO
FSU AND NAB REACH AGREEMENT ON INDUSTRY-LEADING PAY AND CONDITIONS
Finance Sector union takes action over CBA work from home edict
CPSU claims win on flexible work and working from home
BHP backs away from locking striking OS workers out of camp
ACT public school teachers endorse nation-leading pay and conditions
CBA BOSS SIAN LEWIS FAILS TO SHOW UP AT WORK FROM HOME MEETING
Victoria University redundancies risk devastating consequences: union
Cardinia Shire Council adopts 2023-24 Budget
City of Newcastle’s Enterprise Agreement facilitates rest of NSW
Protecting worker entitlements 22 June
Maternity Leave Act recommendations reflect the realities of modern parenting
Seafarers on Strike for Seacare Workers’ Compensation
BHP OS workers to begin industrial campaign
Union scores massive win over Monash’s bid to dodge wage theft
Union members vote in favour of industrial action at Sovereign Hill
Secure Jobs Better Pay changes starting from today
New legislation opens door for pay rises for early childhood education and care teachers
Annual Wage Review 5.75% increase is disappointing but seeks to strike a balance
Industrial action looms at Callide and Kogan power stations
Lowest paid workers need lifeline as inflation up again
Some NSW Catholic School Teachers Now Paid 1.5% More Than NSW Government School Teachers
Ad campaign backs Same Job Same Pay laws to close labour hire loopholes
Time to close labour-hire loopholes and restore fairness
Performance commitment regarding new jurisdictions
Workers threatened with sack during legal industrial action
QANTAS GROUP MARKET UPDATE: STRONG PERFORMANCE SUPPORTS FLEET INVESTMENT, SHAREHOLDER RETURNS
AWU takes John Holland to court for refusing dust monitoring
Wages growth under way but still lagging cost of living
Annual wage growth increases to 3.7% in March quarter 2023
Oxfam Australia implements new Enterprise Agreement