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Woolworths Group teams up with Retail Supply Chain Alliance to support horticulture workers
Wages Will Continue to Lag Without Targeted Wage-Boosting Measures: New Report
Victorian universities over-reliance on casual staff exposed
Monash University’s mammoth surplus mean it’s time to end wage theft and hire more staff
ETU facts: Workers’ rights and federal election
Standing With Victoria’s Casual And Insecure Workers
Decade of Coalition Government costs workers $10,000
Free undergraduate education to save universities and jobs: report
Pandemic worsened inequality for migrant fishers
Wage-thief bosses fined 6.5 times less than workers they rip off under Morrison’s plan
Morrison’s union bashing will hurt workers
Union outrage as workers are locked up with no pay after COVID scare
Master Builders show true colours with pro-ABCC ads
Landmark Senate report recommends super be paid with wages
Campaign To Ensure Safe Workplaces For Young Workers
Star casino to pay $13m after ‘wage theft’
NT Public Sector wage theft in millions
CFMEU wins landmark High Court sham contracting case
ABCC again slapped down over legal conduct
University of Tasmania caught up in staff underpayment bungle
Court slams ABCC over false “throat slit gesture” claims
ABCC fines workers while letting bosses off hook
CBA in $45 million underpayment stoush
CBA staff demand millions in backpay over tea breaks
CFMEU recovers millions in lost wages while regulator refuses to act
AWU looks to its roots with NSW Branch Executive to host high-powered Dubbo meeting
Unions to give evidence at Newcastle Senate hearing on job security
Class Action Against OTR Takes Positive Step, But Further Delayed
Huge RMIT wage theft bill vindicates casual staff
Thousands of RMIT employees to be back paid $10 million following NTEU wage theft dispute
Victorian Premier issues statement 24 November
Wage theft scandal widens at Monash University
Resolving disputes in pandemic, diversifying profession
Modern Slavery Continues
Federal Government must fix temporary migration system before it resumes
Federal Government must fix temporary migration system before it resumes
Laws introduced to boost employment protections
Industrial relations Bill introduced to State Parliament
Uni wage theft exposed by Senate report
NTEU urges Federal Government to implement job security recommendations
ABCC wielding extraordinary powers to pursue SA workers
Union lodges $2 million wage theft claim at Sydney University
Horror truck survey reveals deaths, wage theft as transport workers fight to protect safe standards
New resources to keep hospitality workers safe
NTEU investigation forces Monash University to admit $8.6 million wage theft
Statement From Attorney-General Jill Hennessy
Victorian Premier issues statement 16 December
Migrant wage theft worsened during crisis