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Frontline workers aren’t getting their vaccinations – what isn’t the Government telling us?

Frontline workers aren’t getting their vaccinations – what isn’t the Government telling us?

Date Published: 16/04/2021 Category: Covid-19 Health and safety Opinion

For a Prime Minister who’s big on announcements, Scott Morrison has been strangely quiet about the vaccine rollout amongst care workers.

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Workers’ rights finally on the menu

Workers’ rights finally on the menu

Date Published: 14/04/2021 Category: On The Job

Food delivery tech operator Menulog has finally come around to what Unions have been saying for years – that its contracted riders and drivers should be considered employees and given the same rights and entitlements as other workers.

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Safe Work 4 Women: enough talk – it’s time for action

Safe Work 4 Women: enough talk – it’s time for action

Date Published: 14/04/2021 Category: Health and safety Workers rights

Australian Unions has joined together with a diverse group of organisations representing women’s rights to demand the Morrison Government deliver real safety at work for women.

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Break it down for me: changes to casual work laws

Break it down for me: changes to casual work laws

Date Published: 13/04/2021 Category: Break It Down For Me

The Morrison government has created new laws that take rights away from casual workers and undermine job security for many others. We break down what the changes to casual work laws mean for you.

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Remember when knocking off work meant just that?

Remember when knocking off work meant just that?

Date Published: 12/04/2021 Category: On The Job

As it becomes increasingly difficult for workers to switch off, unions are pushing for the "right to disconnect" after work hours.

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Australian Unions have your back at work


Making the case for a living wage

Making the case for a living wage

Date Published: 09/04/2021 Category: Minimum wage Opinion Working life

A real, meaningful increase to the minimum wage is not only the right thing to do, but makes plenty of sense, writes Chloe Ward.

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Amazon on the attack as workers unite to expose the human cost of bargain shopping

Date Published: 08/04/2021 Category: On The Job

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The IMF gets it – so why doesn’t Scott Morrison?

Date Published: 07/04/2021 Category: On The Job

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The end of JobKeeper.... and those left behind

Date Published: 07/04/2021 Category: On The Job

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