Twitter | Search | |
Search Refresh
Kathryn Mannion Nov 9
has had a busy day! Gave a fabulous presentation and workshop this morning. Thanks enlightening annnnd funny!!
Reply Retweet Like
United Voice Nov 12
“Former and current staff have accused them of not paying them fairly.” lifts lid on ritzy accused by young workers of not paying for weekend work. It’s not right!
Reply Retweet Like
Jim Oct 22
And wants to take us back to the dark ages of landed gentry and forlock tugging serfs
Reply Retweet Like
CPSU/CSA Nov 11
Over $41million for VTSS in Communities ➮ Startling new costings have come out around the redundancy payouts of former public sector workers. As of July 1, 2,311 separations had cost the state government $279 million.
Reply Retweet Like
Josh Peak Sep 27
A Massive Win! The Fair Commission has just ruled in favour of the SDA’s application to introduce penalty rates for casuals working evenings and increase the casual penalty rate on Saturday in the Retail Award.
Reply Retweet Like
Andrea Maksimovic Sep 23
Bargaining across sectors is not some new fangled union theory - its what happens in most other countries in the world and what used to be the case in Australia
Reply Retweet Like
Jamie Newlyn Sep 17
Proud to say that was an Amendment at calling for an immediate increase to Newstart of $75 progressing to $150. Time to stop the demonising of the unemployed!
Reply Retweet Like
WIMDOI Oct 22
Reply Retweet Like
WIMDOI 19m
WIMDOI SA: amazing union women ready to
Reply Retweet Like
Finance Sector Union Sep 27
MEDIA RELEASE “The greed and avarice of bankers and financial services executives must end. It is hurting our country, doing enormous damage to consumers and small business and unfairly exploiting more than 400 thousand workers in the sector”
Reply Retweet Like
ASU - SA + NT Branch Oct 1
"We lose more than one woman a week to domestic violence in Australia. We can't afford to wait, we need 10 days of paid domestic violence leave," Lesley, a frontline dv worker & proud ASU member urging to back 10 days paid dv leave
Reply Retweet Like
ITF Dockers Oct 29
ITF unions have committed to campaign globally against , ramping up pressure on the company to intervene immediately to end the substandard employment conditions at the VICT Port of Convenience.
Reply Retweet Like
Madeline Northam Oct 23
Huge crowd at the rally in Hobart today.
Reply Retweet Like

Related searches

@banas51 · @nobby15 · @randlight
CPSU/CSA 16h
“The gender pay gap is closing, but women are still earning $25k less per year than men. They are also more likely to be casuals, on fixed-term contracts or underemployed." — Branch Assistant Secretary
Reply Retweet Like
Comrade Mark Oct 27
..this is what a 'Fair Dinkum' Aussie looks like.. ..onya, Jimmy :))
Reply Retweet Like
CPSU/CSA 21h
Hear from outgoing Branch Secretary, Toni Walkington as she delivers this year's Harold Peden Lecture — 'In The Public Interest' for Event details ➮
Reply Retweet Like
A Fair Go 31m
This is an appalling story. An apprentice was sent into a workplace his employer knew was unsafe. He died 12 days later.
Reply Retweet Like
Big Steps Campaign Oct 3
Bill Shorten with United Voice members Tamika & Jess, after his historic investment in early years, promising universal access to 3 & 4 yr old kinder & an acknowledgment government must VALUE the work of educators thru better pay!
Reply Retweet Like
Simon Mitchell Oct 27
There’s no fair go without a living wage. Under Scott Morrison’s rules a living wage is hard to get, too easy to lose. A fair go means Morrison’s got to go. Time to
Reply Retweet Like
Vintage Reds Sep 26
Excellent turnout for 's Jason O'Mara at ACT Magistrate's Court today. A long battle ahead.
Reply Retweet Like