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Warren Smith 4h
This was to undermine the incredibly limited rights to take industrial action.$800hr lawyer argues medicine goes past use by date in shipping containers that take 3 months to arrive. 2 days extra to notify action would fix it.
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Neil Jan 11
Replying to @gemoase
I think it'd be good to repeat some NAZI results if we could do so in isolation. Reducing unemployment from 6,000,000 in 1933 to 300,000 in 1939 wasn't bad but killing or expelling gays, foreigners & Jews definitely was.
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MUA Jan 15
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Michael A Crosby Jan 9
which type of employment should be abolished to grow the economy
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Adam Portelli 4h
Great piece by on organising games workers and why every worker needs a union via
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United Voice QLD 2h
“One of the first laws we will introduce is to restore penalty rates” - reaffirms his commitment at the launch of his Qld pre-election bus tour in Beenleigh
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A Fair Go Jan 10
That’s right folks. Your eyes do not deceive you. The IR Minister is suggesting that an employer & the sit down & talk. The employer must be truly stuffed if she’s not proposing the whole shooting match in the face of a week’s strike.
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Communist Party of Australia (Marxist-Leninist) Jan 14
Injustice within the Law means Resistance is always our Duty How the law is used to attack workers and unions, and why from the stand point of the working class the law can never be 'fair', 'equal' or 'just' under capitalism.
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Ben Davison 19h
Anybody notice how companies haven’t stopped operating in Australia following Trumps corporate tax cut and our rejection of the Liberals attempt to do the same? Well this could be why....
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A Fair Go Jan 15
Maybe they were scared that having a cupboard built would make their offices a construction site. Which might allow those pesky ABCC inspectors in. Here’s my suggestion. Stylish, at 1/20 of the price.
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ITF Asia Pacific 11h
The Big Australian has sacked 80 seafarers ending 100 years Australian-crewed iron ore shipping. ITF joins calls for & to urgently meet unions & immediately reverse this decision.
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Askgerbil Now Jan 13
"Another Australian Coal Mine Is Going To Be Shut. ...Sumitomo confirmed the Bowen Basin operation, which produces both thermal and coking coal and employs almost 300 workers, will be put on care and maintenance early next year."
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MUA Jan 15
BHP has ruined summer for 80 Australian seafarers who’ve been sacked while overseas
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Daniel Crute Jan 9
Did you know that there are elections at the shortly? Most members wouldn’t know. Democratic control of unions isn’t something that should be done to the legislated minimum standards. We must do better.
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karl sparks Jan 13
, facts are the cruelty and inequality is a choice and unnecessary evil. should support it pigs 🐷 won’t .
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Jim Jan 8
Sorry Mr. but forgot to mention 29.1.1 of your eba clearly says 10 minute break for a shift of 4 hours. P.S bit sarcastic to your employees aren't ya. Bet you wouldn't take that sort of language from your workers. Corporate Bullies.
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Rex Morrow Jan 14
Another crooked boss? One of mates?
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Unions NSW Jan 14
What's a day off worth? We may soon find out after Qantas engineers sue for backpay linked to working on rostered days off and being underpaid for the overtime
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MUA 5h
AN EFFORT by stevedore Hutchison Port Holdings to prevent work bans at its Sydney and Brisbane terminals has failed
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TWU Australia Jan 13
Everyone deserves to come home safe from work, and our bus drivers are no exception. Hope this driver makes a full recovery after the outrageous attack in Sydney over the weekend.
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