“We are here today to remember the dead and fight like hell for the living.”
Showing up at work shouldn’t mean putting your life at risk. But a report from the ACTU shows Morrison’s failings have endangered workers lives.
Australia has come a long way in recognising the importance of addressing workplace mental health, but there’s still a long way to go.
The best way to protect your mental health at work? Joining your union.
Earlier this month, unions, workers, service providers and people with disability met with MPs in Canberra to call on the Morrison Government to provide the disability sector with much needed support.
It appears the political quip game is strong among frontline workers.
Have you got questions about your safety and rights at work during the Omicron variant spread?
Thanks to the power of workers organising and hundreds of messages sent to Woolworths’ Facebook page over the weekend, every worker who has tested positive for COVID will be able to isolate, rest at home and recover.
The union movement will do everything we can to keep people safe and act to slow the spread of this latest wave of the Covid pandemic.
Teys Australia will force South Australian abattoir workers who are COVID positive to report for duty at work on Monday.
But if you’re in a sweat because you’re worried about leaving work due to having Covid-19 symptoms – don’t be. It’s your right.