Hundreds of thousands of Queensland workers are fearful they’re next for a wage cut after today’s Federal Court decision not to overturn the Fair Work Commission’s to cut weekend and
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
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
Queensland Council of Unions general secretary Ros McLennan said the FWC decision was a "game changer" for industrial relations in Australia. "The independent umpire makes decisions based on the rules
A promise to protect current penalty rates would be the most useful guarantee the Turnbull LNP government could give to Australian workers this Christmas.
A full-time job should be enough to live on. But as it is, too many Australian full-time workers and their families are living below the poverty line.