Neil Rogers is a long-time Change the Rules activist in Forde – a federal seat based to the south of Brisbane including locations like Beenleigh, Eagleby and parts of Logan.
Queensland Unions have backed an in-principle recommendation to jail dodgy employers who deliberately or recklessly underpay workers. The recommendation was one of 17 contained in the State Government’s response to
A rally by Queensland unions was held at midday outside the Queensland Children’s Hospital in South Brisbane in support of United Voice workers fighting against wage theft. Queensland Council of
Queensland Unions say the Morrison government cannot be trusted to change industrial relations to the benefit of workers. Queensland Council of Unions General Secretary Ros McLennan joined condemnation of the
Tens of thousands of workers turned out today in Brisbane in a show of community support to change the rules to address growing inequality in Australia. Queensland Council of Unions
Queensland Unions have welcomed today’s Parliamentary inquiry report which recommends criminalising wage theft and changing laws to make it easier for workers to reclaim stolen wages. Queensland Council of Unions
The peak body for working people has launched a month-long advertising campaign calling on Queenslanders to join national action for change. Television and radio ads started yesterday in Queensland electorates,
"In a fragmented industry largely unencumbered by regulators or unions, there appears to be little fear of being caught out doing the wrong thing."
Unions ACT have launched a report on the experiences of young women in the workplace, which finds young women were more likely than their male counterparts to be casual or