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One-year ban for bulk carrier for appalling treatment of seafarers
University of Melbourne staff to strike for up to seven days
Landmark decision in trainee wage theft case
Transport regulator says one offence accounts for half of all breaches
Nike, a leading sponsor of women’s soccer teams at the World Cup, leaves Cambodian garment workers without US$1.4 million in legally owed severance pay
Urgent action needed to close loopholes and protect temporary migrant workers
Clawing Back Lost Entitlements For Victorian Workers
New ABS Labour Force Figures 20 July
NTEU welcomes Universities Accord first steps but more work needed
Govt misses opportunity to deliver urgently needed uni reforms
Wage theft becoming widespread in the NDIS, union says
Protecting worker entitlements 22 June
New ABS labour force figures 15 June
ITF’s Nowhere to Hide Campaign shines a light on wage theft aboard cargo ships in Australian ports
Retail Supply Chain Alliance applauds new migrant exploitation reforms
Retail Supply Chain Alliance applauds new migrant exploitation reforms
Reforms boost rights and workplace power for migrant workers
Unions welcome historic cost-of-living wage increase
Lowest paid workers need lifeline as inflation up again
New ABS Labour Force Figures 18 May
Albanese Government delivering for workers
Budget acts on wages, health, energy transition and cost of living
Victorian university workers unite to address crisis of working conditions
New payday rule to help stamp out failure to pay super
The government moving to payday super will get millions of Australians the super they are owed
Government enshrines workers’ right to superannuation
Only much lower migration will improve migration outcomes: SPA
IR Changes Wrong measures for wrong times
Major CFMEU rallies across Australia to hit streets as anger rises
Government enshrines workers’ right to superannuation
CFMEU calls for Fair Work Ombudsman to be abolished, replaced with worker-focused regulator
Sydney University staff to strike on Thursday March 9
De Costi hit with $60K penalty after underpaying workers $1.6M
University wage theft soars past $100 million
Uni wage theft report wake-up call for government
New analysis exposes staggering $83.4 million higher education wage theft tally
Union welcomes wage theft court action against University of Melbourne
Report shows decade of wages lost
Cost of living crisis continues for workers
New e-learning to bolster awareness of Victorian workplace laws
NTEU to play key role in shaping future of Australian higher education
Additional protections for employee payments
Migrant wage theft demands new protections
Griffith University abandons negotiations with staff in attempt for late-year approval for substandard Enterprise Agreements
Look out for young workers starting their first jobs
Cost of living crisis forces 1 in 4 Australians to skip meals