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Streets’ workers are being forced to accept a 46% pay cut

Stop the 46% pay cut - have a Streets-free summer

Streets’ workers are being forced to accept a 46% pay cut Dear members, Unions are calling on every Australian to stand up for fairness and commit to a Streets-Free Summer. Streets Ice-Cream management have hit the nuclear option and applied to terminate the collective agreement negotiated by workers and their union, the Australian Manufacturing Workers…

Cross-bench unites to oppose anti-democratic “Ensuring Integrity” bill

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Cross-bench unites to oppose anti-democratic “Ensuring Integrity” bill Tuesday 17 October, 2017 The cross bench in the lower house joined with the Australian Labor Party to oppose the Turnbull Government’s anti-worker, anti-democratic “Ensuring Integrity” bill. The ACTU thanks members Adam Bandt, Rebekha Sharkie, Cathy McGowan, Andrew Wilkie and Bob Katter for voting against the bill,…

Labor to change the rules on sham agreements

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Labor to change the rules on sham agreements Wednesday 18 October, 2017 The ACTU welcomes Brendan O’Connor’s announcement that the Australian Labor Party will act to address the use of non-representative agreements if it forms the next government. The dispute at Carlton United Breweries drew national attention to the use of non-representative agreements – which…

IMF Report: Taxing the rich will reduce inequality, preserve growth

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IMF Report: Taxing the rich will reduce inequality, preserve growth Thursday 12 October, 2017 An IMF report released today shows that the Turnbull Government’s tax cuts for big business would increase  inequality and concentrate more wealth in the hands of the few, echoing the calls from the Australian Union movement to end the corporate tax…

Super changes signal yet another attack on working people

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Super changes signal yet another attack on working people Tuesday 10 October, 2017 The changes to industry super proposed by the Turnbull Government will mean less money and more exploitation for working people. The changes – which include replacing union representatives with former executives on boards and subjecting industry super to a harsher regulatory regime…

Asbestos awareness information for electricians

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Asbestos awareness information for electricians Electricians can be exposed to asbestos in a wide range of field specialties; from power stations to fixing up a  cable in a street pit or conduit to a suburban home.  Please read the pamphlet on the link below: Asbestos awareness information for electricians

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