Latest minimum wage News

Fair Work Commission publishes 6 years of modern awards data
Gold Coast restaurant operators penalised
Steady minimum wage rate a reasonable move
We’re on a roll
Union movement welcomes $20 minimum wage
Govt delivering better wages for lowest paid
AWU moves to close loophole allowing farms to get away with paying $3/hour
Migrant wage theft worsened during crisis
Omnibus Bill provides clarity, flexibility and jobs stimulus
42 disability rights and advocacy organisations call for an end to segregation of disabled people
Greens to Amend IR bill to outlaw insecure work
Café penalised for paying workers in food and drink
Emma Davidson -Inaugural Speech to ACT Legislative Assembly
ACOSS delivers hundreds of Christmas messages from people on JobSeeker to Parliament
Hobart takeaway food business in court
Australian workers and unions join global Amazon protests as report highlights worker abuses
Greens call for decent working conditions for all horticulture workers
Government increases support for New Zealanders to work in seasonal jobs
Hijacking casual work won’t create more jobs
Victorian Chamber looks forward to consultation on Secure Work Pilot Scheme
Victoria To Take First Big Step To Tackle Insecure Work
HILDA shows Australians are wealthier than ever but worrying signs for some
AIST questions Retirement Income Review case to halt super increase as women and low income earners will suffer
Lush signs Enforceable Undertaking
AWU take De Costi to court alleging millions in backpay owed to graveyard shift workers
Perth franchisee penalised $230,040 for repeat offending
Barossa Valley pizza outlet in court
Gold Coast restaurant operators in court
Wage theft case against Deliveroo opens
Retail Supply Chain Alliance host packed meeting in Coffs Harbour
Café operator in court
Vital Signs: We’ll never cut unemployment to 0%, but less than 4% should be our goal
Greens to amend jobmaker wage subsidy to block wage thieves & companies putting shareholders first
Security company in court
WA restaurant in court
Operators of Barry Cafe penalised
High fatalities from truck crashes demand greater safety standards
Social dialogue crucial to tackling impact of COVID-19 says Global Deal report
High fatalities from truck crashes demand greater safety standards
In defence of JobMaker, replacement for JobKeeper. Not perfect, but much to like
For single adults and families alike, higher cost of living in all Washington counties
Legitimate delivery drivers to protest against Amazon Flex for undermining Australian jobs and public safety
NATSEM ANALYSIS: Benefits from Federal Budget are all relative
National’s economic plan a cruel blow for those on low incomes
Tasmanian restaurant operator penalised
Young Australians being conscripted into modern-day slavery
Building waste recycler in court
Unions welcome release of Labour’s industrial relations policy