If you haven’t had the conversation already, it could be coming soon. Whether you welcome the request or not, your employer may ask for you to return to the physical workplace. But what if you don’t want to go back?
Qantas refused to listen the first time when the Federal Court ruled that it sacked 2,000 workers illegally. Qantas workers have welcomed the news of the airline’s second defeat after it tried to overturn the initial ruling.
What better way to kick off May the 4th – commonly known as Star Wars Day – with workers striking back against malignant forces.
If a teacher has to use their ‘teacher’s voice’ in public, you know there’s something very wrong.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison says it’s not his job to take action on wages, but he has the power to act and ensure workers can get wage rises and enjoy a decent standard of living.
the recent public holidays, there’s no better time to brush up on your rights as a casual worker in Australia.
For the first time this century, you will likely be heading to the polling booths with a real income lower than the last time you voted.
Collective action is at the core of what Australian Unions are built on. It’s both a principle we believe in and a strategy we employ. So to counteract the bad news stories and give you a break from the doomscrolling, here are some of the recent wins we’ve achieved through collective change.
Tom McDonald was a building union leader and industry reformer, superannuation pioneer, and union legend.
Australian Unions are stepping up its workplace campaign and launching TV ads in key marginal seats to warn voters that Scott Morrison has not come clean on plans to re-introduce legislation that will remove rights from workers, and put further downward pressure on wages. The ads will run on live and catch-up TV around the…