Unions have welcomed the announcement that if elected a Shorten Labor Government would introduce legislation to regulate labour hire. “For too long we have seen the business model being used
Queensland is now the first Australian state with mandatory licensing for labour hire operators after union-backed laws passed State Parliament today. Queensland Council of Unions General Secretary Ros McLennan said
From Queensland Council of Unions General Secretary Ros McLennan It was great to see the Reserve Bank Governor Philip Lowe come out and say that workers deserve a bigger share
Queensland unions have welcomed the announcement on Labour Day of state government plans to license labour hire firms. Queensland Council of Unions General Secretary Ros McLennan says regulating the labour
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
The systemic, endemic and rife exploitation of foreign workers in Australia is continuing unabated, despite combined efforts by journalists and unions to shine a light on the nefarious practices of
Queensland unions want the State Government to follow South Australia’s lead and introduce licensing of labour hire firms.