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Turnbull can reverse penalty rate cuts decision

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Turnbull can reverse penalty rate cuts decision The ACTU has condemned the decision of the Turnbull government to back cuts to penalty rates, after the Federal Court turned down attempts to protect the pay of low-paid workers. The decision confirms the rules are broken for working people. 700,000 people in retail, pharmacy and hospitality will…

Standing up for our safety reps – Safety is Your Right rally

SA Safety Reps Rally - 27/09/17 12:30PM

SOUTH AUSTRALIAN SAFETY REPS DESERVE BETTER! Our safety laws are out of step with all other Australian States and Territories Legislation to amend South Australia’s workplace Health & Safety laws is before parliament to give safety reps the same rights other states. Attend the SAFETY IS YOUR RIGHT! rally on Wednesday 27th of September at…

Turnbull and Cash’s hand-picked, ideological cop, Nigel Hadgkiss, resigns

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Turnbull and Cash’s hand-picked, ideological cop, Nigel Hadgkiss, resigns Wednesday 13 September, 2017 Australian Building and Construction Commission (ABCC) boss Nigel Hadgkiss has resigned after he admitted to spending two years breaking the law in pursuit of the anti-worker ideological agenda his political masters paid him over $420,000 a year to enact. The ABCC boss…

The CEPU SA Branch proudly supports the First Nations Workers Alliance and the Asbestos Victims Association

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The CEPU SA Branch proudly supports the First Nations Workers Alliance and the Asbestos Victims Association   First Nation Workers Alliance Asbestos Victims Association of SA Inc    

Statement from ACTU Secretary Sally McManus

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Statement from ACTU Secretary Sally McManus Friday 18 August, 2017 Statement from ACTU Secretary Sally McManus “In order to distract from their own chaos and incompetence, the Turnbull Government needs to always have a Bill on hand to attack working people and their unions. The attacks become more extreme and bizarre as each new poll…

Wages are going backwards. The rules at work are broken

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ACTU Media Release: Wages are going backwards. The rules at work are broken Thursday 17 August, 2017 Australian workers’ wages are not keeping up with the cost of living and over a million working people are underemployed, figures released today by the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) reveal. The cost of living is growing 16 per…

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