Teachers are paying a high price their committment to their jobs as unsustainable workloads overwhelm the profession, writes Francis Leach
Australian farm’s dirty secrets about worker exploitation currently being challenged in the Fair Work Commission, writes Francis Leach
Recently retired mine worker Rob Foot speaks with On the Job about the damaging effect of labour hire on mining communities.
When it comes to Respect @ Work for women, Australia needs urgent and decisive action not spin and rhetoric, writes Francis Leach
The inequalities that existed before COVID-19 are widening as workers in insecure jobs suffer the worst of the pandemic, writes Francis Leach
American journalist and author Sarah Jaffe spoke with On the Job about how ‘doing what you love’ can be a recipe for worker exploitation.
Being employed at an Australian university has become a poverty trap for thousands of workers across the country, writes Francis Leach
Workers in insecure work continue to pay the price for the Morrison Government’s vaccination mess, writes Francis Leach
Interpreter Giuseppina Pungitore spoke with On the Job about the vital work of interpreters and the professional challenges they face.
While new anti-wage theft legistlation is welcomed, restoring union rights is what will stop it in its track, writes Francis Leach