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Andrea Maksimovic 3h
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
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Mark Phillips Sep 21
Just putting this out there: Nelson Mandela and the ANC were once defamed as terrorists by the right in Australian politics but were unwavering in their support. Who was on the right side of history?
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Michael A Crosby 7h
Liberal Party = The architects of a Privatisation Agenda National Party = The willing enablers of a Privatisation Agenda One Nation Party = The willing enablers of a Privatisation Agenda Other Minor Parties = bystanders of a Privatisation Agenda
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TWU Australia 8h
Qantas workers sacrificed a lot to make the company's bumper profits, including form their retirements: as much as $30,000 a worker. This is why Qantas management holding out on bonuses is so galling.
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MUA Sep 14
When Scott Morrison attacks unions he’s attacking working people. All of us. Say no to ensuring integrity bill.
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Australian Unions 11h
All working people should have a dignified retirement. Under our current rules, women face retiring into poverty. This week’s announcement by Labor is an important step to closing the 47% superannuation gap for women.
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TALAOLP 9h
How about we just Abolish the Party by Putting First and giving them a majority government? are the workers of Australia United. JOIN NOW
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Jason Gregory 9h
Keep up the good fight. Aus needs balance & independent analysis and media, as recent disclosures about Murdoch press prove. Perhaps threatening this cosy reciprocal power arrangement is why you are being targeted. They are not on our side, full support.
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TALAOLP 16h
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CPSU Sep 20
This is an unbelievably concerning move by the Morrison Government. A good government would invest in well-trained, fully supported employees who can offer our communities the services they deserve
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TALAOLP 46m
Tariff retaliations could cost the Australian $2 billion in first year, and increase to $5 billion by 2020
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TWU Australia Sep 21
It’s months on and Aldi is still continuing their court case to stop truck drivers speaking out, despite hundreds across Australia telling Aldi to listen to their concerns about safety issues. Other retailers are coming to the table, so why can’t Aldi?
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TWU Australia Sep 16
This is like trickle-down bonuses: if you’re good, Qantas *might* give you a bonus.
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Ben Davison Sep 20
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Unions NSW Sep 18
QANTAS is essentially baiting its workers with the promise of a $2K bonus to have them sign away their industrial rights
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Ben Davison Sep 17
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Jason Gregory 4h
I think he’s worried that women will find out how large the pay gap is in some workplaces. Worried these companies won’t lift pay for women (& realistically male pay cannot drop)...so the real worry is women will bring in unions to demand parity
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Meredith Hammat Sep 17
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