Workers and unions have another weapon in the battle against underpayment and exploitation from tomorrow (15 June) when labour hire provider licences become mandatory in Queensland. From 15 June 2018,
Queensland Unions have welcomed the 2018-19 State Budget for its continued focus on frontline services but say any public infrastructure funding must provide long-term benefits for regional communities. Queensland Council
Queensland unions have slammed rail operator Aurizon for abandoning regional Queensland workers after its announcement of 300 job losses at facilities throughout central and northern Queensland.
Workers in regional Queensland will lose almost $150 million a year in disposable income a year due the Turnbull Government’s decision to support cutting penalty rates – according to new
Many Australian corporations have included ripping off their own workers as part of their business plans, Queensland unions say. Recent findings against major fast food franchise Pizza Hut add to
One hundred years after her death in Toowoomba, labour legend Emma Miller and her hat-pin are still making news in the Garden City. On Friday 20 January local union members
A government that prefers to use and abuse an itinerant workforce of temporary work visa holders rather than create conditions for sustainable, decent, well-paying jobs for workers in regional Australia