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It's pretty incredible how often you hear managers complaining about their best employees leaving, and they really do have something to complain about—few things are as costly and disruptive as...
The Fair Work Ombudsman recovered $339,433 for 323 workers.
My future should be as good as my sutures.
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Cuts for businesses making up to $50 million a year.
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If a profession who cares for others can't care for itself, what hope does everyone else have?
When I grew up you could leave school with no skills and still find a job.
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They want jobs they love going to five days a week.
Unions mobilise for huge campaign opposing penalty rate cut.
'Get a good Aussie-owned and made ice cream like Bulla instead.'
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$276 a day vs $267 a week for Centrelink.
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It's 'bring a watermelon to work' day.
Centrelink changes called 'one of the worst tradeoffs' in history.
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Aviation workers are sleeping on makeshift beds amid squalid conditions in the bowels of Sydney International Airport while they wait for their next shift. Footage obtained by the Transport Workers Un...
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Is your boss a Negative Nancy, a Dictator or a Glory Hog?
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Awareness is one thing but many people are left in the dark.
Eight-hour work day, holiday pay, sick leave and maternity leave: all because of breaking 'unjust laws'.
You've definitely benefited from this.
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We'd like to see the revenue generated from ending negative gearing reinvested into construction of high-quality, affordable housing.
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It was a light-bulb moment.
‘You have to dare to take new steps, to be bold in the fight against injustice.’
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You’ve got vacation days — we’ve got an idea for how to use ‘em.
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This International Women’s Day we should all reflect on how far women have come, and how far there is still to go.
In a society which values family, why are SAHMs still not good enough?
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And $50 million from staff savings will be invested in a new 'Content Fund'.
People assume you are straight, and it's easier that way.
Lurking in the numbers are several signs that Australia's broader economic trajectory is still rather shaky.
'Honestly we sit in McDonald's to do our work'.
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You can't have a 'high-wage, first-world' economy with low productivity and aggregate consumer demand.
The Turnbull Government is preparing to argue the case for a $50 billion company tax cut.
The modern work day culture doesn't leave time for creative thinking.