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Unemployment increases to 5.3% driven by sluggish domestic demand
Porter failing to address wage theft crisis
Super amnesty whitewashes decades of corporate theft
Two workers dead in 24 hours, no action from Morrison
GDP falls to lowest point since 2009
Australian Unions show solidarity for Hong Kong general strikes
Business lobby urges Porter to take away rights
Millions jobless or looking for more work under Morrison
Wage crisis continues under Morrison
Wage crisis continues under Morrison
RBA blows whistle on Government’s wage suppression
Morrison and big business could fix skills shortage
2.1 million people working multiple jobs
Union members earn more in era of low wage growth
CPI stalled as wage growth crisis continues
Calombaris gets $200,000 fine for $7.8m theft
Auto-rollover super will win returns for workers
Government must put people before ideology on super
Working people not to blame for no pay increases, inadequate workers’ rights are
CEDA report misses mark on temporary visa workers
Inequality continues to rise as wealthy households seize more wealth
Wage crisis drives consumer confidence to two-year low
One million paying full-time bills with part-time pay
Cuts to deeming rates won’t go far enough
South Korea arrests trade union leader
Unions mount legal challenge to Qantas bonus threat
RBA Governor concerned about underemployment and low wage growth, warns cutting rates won’t be enough
Statement from Australian Education Union re: John Setka
Statement from ACTU Secretary Sally McManus
Sharan Burrow receives Companion of Order of Australia
Statement on John Setka
Further Telstra cuts a betrayal of working people and customers
Statement from ACTU Secretary Assistant Secretary Liam O’Brien on shadow cabinet
Win for workers but long road left to Living Wage
Morrison has no mandate for regressive IR agenda
Statement from ACTU Secretary Sally McManus and President Michele O’Neil on passing of Bob Hawke
Morrison slashing jobs and handing out contracts
Unemployment up to 5.2%
A cap on fixed term contracts welcomed
Morrison cements legacy of record low wage growth
ACTU welcomes ALP action on wage theft
Delivery riders need real rights at work
Michele O’Neil first ACTU President since Hawke to address minimum wage case
ACTU welcomes closure of corporate tax loopholes
Australian workers have $6b in super stolen
Fiji arrests trade union leaders
Industry super leads way on governance
98% of rental properties out of reach of minimum wage workers: Report