Employment figures released today show that Australia has hemorrhaged 93 jobs a day in the manufacturing and mining industries on Tony Abbott and Malcolm Turnbull’s watch.
In a big win for the campaign for good, steady jobs, Labor today announced their intention to review the definition of casual work.
Report demolishes Turnbull’s claims that union EBAs are curbing investment in infrastructure
The Federal Government has failed workers by deciding not to put tariffs on 30 billion sheets of photocopy paper flooding the Australian market every year.
The CFMEU has labelled the latest instalment of the Fair Work Building Commission’s (FWBC) crusade against workers as bizarre, in the wake of a warning to workers on the Ichthys project in the Nort
Labor’s plan to boost apprenticeships is a welcome initiative to fill skills gap
The Turnbull Government’s big pitch to voters is in tatters with a report out today that Australia has the lowest proportion of manufacturing jobs in the OECD, the CFMEU said today.
The CFMEU has stepped up its campaign for a broad-based Federal anti-corruption body with the launch of a new report examining the murky relationship between property developers and the Liberal Par
The Turnbull Government’s announcement that they will regulate to stop systemic wage fraud and add $20 million to the Fair Work Ombudsman’s budget is nothing other than a pretend fix to the problem
The CFMEU had yet another win in the Federal Court in Brisbane on Friday over a Fair Work Building Commission (FWBC) Notice to Produce.
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