Latest wage theft News

University of Queensland staff suffer ‘staggering’ $8m wage theft
Government must act on shocking USyd wage theft revelations
UWA’s mega-$10.6 million wage theft exposed
Federal budget first step in desperately needed university reform
Swinburne’s $2.85 million wage theft reignites calls for action
AWU backs tougher merger rules, calls for more to rein in supermarket giants
AWU backs government move to break up supermarket duopoly, call for further action
NYS solar work: Good for climate, but are they good jobs?
New report reveals unelected corporate stacking of university boards
University Blames ‘historical Issues’ In Payroll Syst
Urgent action needed on wage theft after James Cook University admission
New laws strengthen protections and representation for Queensland workers
New Griffith Uni payment systems leads to some casuals not getting paid
University’s lavish party for departing boss sparks call for urgent reform
Preparing for the Future: The essential guide to payroll complian
Universities Accord must deliver improvements for staff and students: union
CBA fined $10.3m for wage theft
Commonwealth Bank fined $10.3 million for wage theft
Scathing Murrihy report a damning indictment of ORI, Liberal government 31 January 2024
Australian Catholic University admits to $3.6 million wage theft
Industrial relations Bill delivers a lump of coal to farmers
Government and crossbench respond to industry calls to split contentious workplace relations bill
Government’s IR reforms will improve individual lives and strengthen the economy
Same Job Same Pay best Christmas present for labour hire workers
Union takes QUT to court over dodgy fixed-term contracts
NTEU reveals rampant wage theft at Australian universities
NZCTU presents Briefing for Incoming Government
CPSU wins big for NT shift workers
Emerging labour market requires new regulation
Delay in Murrihy report is hurting racing 07 October 2023
University of Melbourne staff to strike for entire week campus-wide
Deciphering legacy of Danism
Hon Irene Pnevmatikos MLC
Union welcomes latest university wage theft court case
Murrihy Report delay letting racing industry down 18 September 2023
More than half million jobs created under Labor
Loopholes costing you cash
After a decade of delay, time for parliament to move on evidence-based IR reforms
Workplace relations Bill creates more problems than solutions
Parliament should reject deeply flawed IR Bill
Closing loopholes that undercut pay and conditions for Australian workers
Small business exemptions in closing loopholes Bill
Albanese Labor Government to criminalise wage theft
Merchant Navy Day 2023 remembers sacrifice of Australian seafarers
Right to disconnect should be in IR reform: Greens
One-year ban for bulk carrier for appalling treatment of seafarers
University of Melbourne staff to strike for up to seven days