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General Mills workers show the fight is worth it

Date Published: 01/07/2021
Category: On The Job

Successful strike action taken by General Mills workers in Sydney has shown what is possible when workers stand united, writes Francis Leach.


Vaccinations – your questions answered

Date Published: 01/07/2021
Category: Covid-19

Australian Unions answers key questions you may have about the vaccination program and your workers’ rights


Unions win pay rise for over 2 million workers

Date Published: 30/06/2021
Category: Minimum wage

Over two million workers are set to get a 2.5% pay rise after a hard-fought campaign by Australian unions.


Liberal victory lap over as workers’ pay the price for lockdown

Date Published: 28/06/2021
Category: On The Job

Unions call for an immediate reinstatement of JobKeeper as workers pay the price for another lockdown, writes Francis Leach


The kids are more than alright – meet the next gen of activists shaking things up

Date Published: 25/06/2021
Category: Analysis Working life

From group chats to TikTok, the next gen of activists are inventing new ways to fight for a better future for all, writes Tom Quinlivan.


Australia’s forgotten people – the underemployed

Date Published: 25/06/2021
Category: On The Job

Underemployment report shows employment figures aren’t reflecting the economic reality for millions of Australians, writes Francis Leach


Do you know your super balance? Here’s why you need to

Date Published: 22/06/2021
Category: On The Job

With new super laws threatening retirement savings, staying on top of your super fund has never been more important, writes Francis Leach


Banks set to profit as Morrison continues attack on retirement savings

Date Published: 18/06/2021
Category: Analysis Super Working life

Banks are set to profit as workers stand to lose thousands in retirement funds from Government changes to superannuation.


Free trade isn’t fair trade when workers are sold short

Date Published: 17/06/2021
Category: On The Job

A free trade agreement with the UK may leave workers vulnerable to exploitation, writes Francis Leach


How to prepare for our working future today

Date Published: 16/06/2021
Category: On The Job

Ed Husic and Labor are preparing for tomorrow’s work today, and the steps we need to put in place as we come out of a pandemic