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Frightening times ahead with end of JobKeeper

Frightening times ahead with end of JobKeeper

Date Published: 01/04/2021 Category: On The Job

Financial journalist and commentator, Michael Pascoe, says the proposed withdrawal of Government stimulus over the next three years is going to be ‘genuinely scary’.

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Amazon gets cranky as workers get organised

Amazon gets cranky as workers get organised

Date Published: 31/03/2021 Category: On The Job

It seems someone has poked the Amazon bear. The online retail behemoth likes to present itself as a consumer nirvana ¬ all good vibes, with its “fulfilment centres” and promises of giving you whatever you want, whenever you want it.

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Break it down for me: superannuation

Break it down for me: superannuation

Date Published: 30/03/2021 Category: Break It Down For Me Super

Superannuation can be hard to get your head around. We get it. That's why we're breaking it down, with everything you need to know in one handy guide.

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Investors are saying no to Deliveroo – here’s why

Investors are saying no to Deliveroo – here’s why

Date Published: 29/03/2021 Category: On The Job

Alexander Roxbrough has done a lot of kilometres on his bike. In his four years as a Deliveroo rider, he’s knocked on thousands of doors all over Sydney delivering meals to hungry customers.

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As the floods recede, workers are being sold down the river

As the floods recede, workers are being sold down the river

Date Published: 26/03/2021 Category: Opinion Workers rights Working life

This week’s floods in New South Wales are a warning of things to come—and of what we must do to support workers through the challenges of climate change, writes Chloe Ward.

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Break it down for me: changes to the minimum wage

Break it down for me: changes to the minimum wage

Date Published: 26/03/2021 Category: Break It Down For Me

Pay rises don’t just happen. Somebody has to ask for them. This week, Australian Unions are doing just that. We’re making our case to the annual wage review for a rise in the minimum wage. Let’s break down what the annual wage review is and what it could mean for you.

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Morrison Government green lights wage theft

Date Published: 25/03/2021 Category: On The Job

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Vaccination the only ethical way to move beyond the pandemic

Date Published: 23/03/2021 Category: On The Job

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What's with the Liberals' obsession with your super?

Date Published: 23/03/2021 Category: On The Job

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