Latest pay rise News

Wilmar Strikes Escalate
First Same Job Same Pay win: Mount Pleasant labour hire miners employed permanently on higher pay?
NSW Government rebuilding essential services with pay offer that respects workers, gives certainty to families
Real Wages Keep Growing Under Labor
Annual wages growth 4.1% in March quarter 2024
Labor’s Budget Falls Short On Childcare
ACCPA welcomes budget’s investment in aged care, but more work to be done
Tully Mill Workers Prepare to Take Industrial Action
Retired teachers return to classrooms as part of initiative to address shortage
Industrial Relations Achievements in NSW, with more to come
Transit Officers Accept State Government Wage Offer
Wilmar Workers Prepare to Strike
CPI Data Industry Comment
Greens Celebrate Historic Victory For Junior Doctors
Increased housing costs shift portion of income required for renters and owners
Minister For Aged Care – Statement
Boosting workers’ pay will help Australians not just to get by, but to get ahead
Government’s Annual Wage Review Submission 28 March
Increasing minimum wage would not drive inflation up: new report
School counsellor vacancies drop amid recruitment drive to support student wellbeing
Government must increase early childhood worker wages immediately, say Greens
Wage case recognises historic undervalued work of aged care nurses
Fair Work Decision On Aged Care
Aged care wage rise decision crucial for elderly Australians
Historic aged care wage rise delivers justice and dignity
Hundreds of Transgrid sparkies take second 24-hour strike for fair pay
MEU lodges first Same Job Same Pay application at Queensland coal mine, more to follow ??
Union fights for meaningful action and real change on International Women’s Day
Petrol excise tax hike will hit care & support workers hard – time for updated pay equity settlement
Service-wide Bargaining Success Continues For CPSU
Wage Price Index sign inflation pressures far from over
Real wages growth is back
PSA to picket NIWA next Thursday
New figures show encouraging progress on teacher shortage
Tamara Smith announces new Wollongbar preschool as Greens tick off election commitment to 100 new public preschools
Public service workers swing behind Service-Wide deal
Jobs data shows it’s time to get serious about supporting business to create jobs
BHP Iron Ore Drivers reach in-principle agreement and call off industrial action
NSW energy workers to strike for fair pay
Minimum wage set for cautious increase
CPI data both good news and warning
The four-day work week: 30% of Australians predict it being the norm
Working people fear for their future and New Zealand’s
Mood of Workforce 2024
Nurses reach resolution on Government wage offer
Union power grab at expense of households and businesses
Major industrial action to hit electricity transmission and renewables projects
Government again ignores advice to attack protections for workers – 90-day trials extended