Latest minimum wage News

Cost of Living at core of 22 Budget response
New poll shows voters turning on Morrison over wages
Workers on track to lose $4000 in 2022, ABS figures confirm
Victorians claw back $1.5 million in long service leave
Morrison is missing on wage rises for one in four workers
5% Pay Rise Would Still See Big Business More Profitable Next Year
ACOSS welcomes Greens’ commitment to include lifting income support in any parliamentary negotiations
New annual wage arrangements in health services and marine towage industries
Morrison offers personal rebrand to workers who have waited decade for pay rise
Café operator penalised
Fair pay agreements are game-changer
Three per cent wage increase is balanced, responsible and sustainable
Immigration reset entrenches discrimination towards low-waged migrants
Wages Will Continue to Lag Without Targeted Wage-Boosting Measures: New Report
Annual Wage Review Ai Group’s Reply Submission
Home construction contract company in court
New minimum wage guarantee for pieceworkers
Sydney roofing business in court
Removalist business penalised 4 May
Standing With Victoria’s Casual And Insecure Workers
AWU to launch underpayment investigations on farms claiming their business model has been destroyed by new award
Plumbing company operators penalised $29,970
Operator of vehicle repair business faces court
National housing peaks give thumbs up to National Housing Plan
Workers make their voices heard
Government’s Winter Energy Payment kicks in for over 1 million Kiwis
AIST pays tribute to super pioneer Tom McDonald
Great day for fruit pickers as new award conditions kick in, despite farming lobby’s best efforts
Horticulture Award changes start today
Central Queensland sole trader in court
Kitchen installation business operator in court
Morrison announces pay cut for tradies
Chauffeur business operator penalised
Bendigo mums’ not so super retirement
Giving Geelong Casual Workers Sick Pay Guarantee
Sydney café in court
Former burger outlet operators face court
NZCTU supports Better Protections for Contractors
Perth restaurant in court
Mining jobs are highly skilled, highly paid and secure
Greens announce plan to lower pension age and increase payment rate
More money earlier: Greens launch plan to lower age pension age back to 65 and increase pension rate
Fair Pay Agreements Will Make Real Difference For Kiwi Families
Communications agency operator penalised
Brisbane supermarket penalised $20,500
Kitchen business operator penalised
Annual Wage Review Fair Work Commission urged to not take chances with fragile recovery
April 1 changes no consolation for squeezed middle