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Shorten’s early childhood funding boost welcomed by IEU
Better pay for early childhood educators
Labor’s dodgy plan to spend billions it doesn’t have
Council awarded White Ribbon Workplace Accreditation
Building watchdog TAKES action against UNION for ignoring safety rules & BULLYING workers
ALP backs workers, Morrison attacks conditions
Agri-Labour to pay migrant workers $50,000
ACTU must stop misrepresenting facts on employment
Queensland electrical contractor penalised almost $40,000
Merit-based selection panel to oversee appointment of SA Employment Tribunal Commissioners
Uncertainty threatens business
New wage system for hort growers & workers
Bilingual – On-the-go legal advice for international students
On-the-go legal advice for international students
Release of Final Report of Ministerial Review of State IR system
FWO audits Gami Chicken stores
Massage parlour operator faces court
Universities to survey international students about exploitation
Position Vacant: Industrial Legal Officer – Queensland & Northern Territory
Two weeks to implement new wage rates not long enough
Former Chatime franchisee faces court
Senate needs to act today to stop union “wage theft”
Few initiatives for disability in Federal Budget
Senate needs to act this week to protect workers’ entitlements
National ad campaign targets Morrison on penalty rates
Board Appointed For Portable Long Service Authority
Restaurant operator facing Court for alleged compensation breach
Working people win at Chemist’s Warehouse
Productive and Fair Workplace Relations – Ai Group Pre-Election Statement
CFA Board communique March 2019
Proposed wage increase could stifle small business employment
Living wage proposal will hurt people it is supposed to help
Greens to push Labor in Senate for higher minimum wage: Bandt
ACOSS responds to Labor’s living wage policy, calling for it to be partnered with an increase to Newstart
Mathias Cormann fails to act and more jobs go at Osborne shipyards
Commitment to independent wages system welcomed
ALP Living Wage policy would have perverse impacts
Melbourne Chinese restaurant faces Court
Labor to re-instate living wage
NSW service station chain faces court
Sydney PappaRich franchise operator faces Court
Public Holiday Penalty Rates To Be Enshrined In Law
Palaszczuk Government supports pay increase for lowest paid
Not time for more tax cuts: time to boost Newstart and minimum wages
Indian restaurant back-pays 22 workers
Annual Wage Review: Ai Group proposes a 2% wage increase
ACTU’s minimum wage claim is unsustainable
Minimum wage: Fair Work should close poverty gap over 2 years