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New minimum wage kicks in today
3 Judgments, 5 Days, 216,100 More Reasons Why We Need Ensuring Integrity Laws
NDIS announces substantial price increases
Increased price limits for NDIS service providers including updates for Western Australia
Ombudsman welcomes workplace relations system review
Historic global Convention to eliminate violence and harassment at work passed
FWO discontinues legal action against Foodora
Commonwealth Games security guards underpaid
Israel Folau launches GoFundMe campaign to help cover legal costs
Union fighting for early childhood teachers
Equal pay fight continues fifty years after landmark case
Setka’s Support Continues to Grow
Mining companies on notice as workers backpaid thousands for unpaid pre-start briefings
Sydney: NRMA ferry crews to go on strike this afternoon
Melbourne cafes back-pay 26 workers
Regional workers back-paid over $330,000
Penalties for CFMEU top $4 million this year
Uber Australia investigation finalised
Melbourne Aviation Refuellers Strike for Protected Industrial Action
Folau seeks up to $10m payout
Tasmanian CFMMEU Official On Devonport Project Pushes Penalties Over $4 Million
Four millions reasons why ABCC is needed to tackle construction bullies
Israel Folau to pursue right to freedom of religion
Biometric recognition technology in workplace
Sushi operators penalised more than $380,000
Geelong businesses under FWO microscope
Annual Wage Increase 2019
Minimum wage rise will strengthen economy and reduce poverty: So would an increase in Newstart Allowance
Ombudsman respects independent minimum wage decision
National wage decision a further challenge for NSW businesses
Effects of substantial 3% Minimum wage increase “remain to be seen”
FWC points to slower economic growth and low inflation in awarding more modest minimum wage increase than last year
Win for workers but long road left to Living Wage
Melbourne toy retailer faces increased penalties
Software companies sign up to FWO scrutiny
Almost half of regional businesses not complying with workplace laws
FWO recovers $580,000 in unpaid wages
Swan Hill fruit farmer penalised
Melbourne café to back-pay workers
“a win for retailers:” ARA welcomes re-election of Morrison government
Fair Work Commission survey of employers covered by SCHADS Award
Labor Politicians Must Take A Stand Against Construction Union Bullies
Greens welcome Labor’s wage theft commitment, urge more action from Labor on minimum wage
ACTU welcomes ALP action on wage theft
Ai Group argues for 2% wage increase at today’s Annual Wage Review final consultations
Minimum wage workers robbed in Morrison’s Australia
Labor’s wage theft crackdown