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ABCC takes penalty threat to workers’ homes [The Australian] 2019-04-19

Easter hit: workers lose $80 million during holiday ‘bonanza’ [United Voice] 2019-04-18

TWU calls for safety in trucking over the weekend after a month of fatalities [TWU] 2019-04-18

Morrison’s backers call for end to workers’ rights [ACTU] 2019-04-17

Tasmania The Australian Education Union's Tasmanian branch undertakes new course of industrial action [The Advocate] 2019-04-17

Aged care workers unite – release solutions to aged care crisis [United Voice] 2019-04-16

Hospitality workers to feel '$80 million' penalty rate hit over 10-day holiday [The Morning Herald] 2019-04-16

Change the Government, Change the Rules nationwide door knock [ACTU] 2019-04-13

Thousands march in pay-rise campaign as federal election looms [The New Daily] 2019-04-11

South Australia Unions target Boothby in Change the Rules protest [SA Unions] 2019-04-11

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Optional Easter trading hours: Opposition says workers 'doing more for less' 2019-04-22 [7 News]

'Serious concern': Union to take on CBA over job cut claims 2019-04-22 [The Morning Herald]

Queensland Will you stand up for your community? 2019-04-21 [ASU]

Shorten to ‘cease the rot’ on penalty charges 2019-04-21 [Infosurhoy]

Shorten sets 100-day target to boost overtime pay 2019-04-20 [The Guardian]

‘We can stop the spread of disinformation!’ 2019-04-19 [MEAA]

One Network trial stage 2: expansions to commence May & July 2019-04-19 [CWU]

ABCC takes penalty threat to workers’ homes 2019-04-19 [The Australian]

Comm Bank has underpaid 8000 workers by $4.8m 2019-04-18 [The New Daily]

Easter hit: workers lose $80 million during holiday ‘bonanza’ 2019-04-18 [United Voice]

TWU calls for safety in trucking over the weekend after a month of fatalities 2019-04-18 [TWU]

Western Australia MEAA says WA losing vital news coverage 2019-04-18 [MEAA]

Victoria Change the Rules: Melbourne Call Nights 2019-04-18 [CPSU]

The truth about where the Flight Centre EBA process is at 2019-04-18 [ASU]

Flight Centre Performance improvement plans under scrutiny 2019-04-18 [ASU]

CBA: Think you have been underpaid? 2019-04-18 [FSU]

Bankwest Employees Owed Millions 2019-04-18 [FSU]

More underpayments, secret job cut plans – Industrial Relations at CBA is Broken! 2019-04-18 [FSU]

CBA Employees Deserve Answers - FSU Lodges Dispute with the Fair Work Commission 2019-04-18 [FSU]

Shayne Elliot Squashes Rumours of More Job Cuts at ANZ 2019-04-18 [FSU]

Morrison leaves 1.7 million out of work or underemployed 2019-04-18 [ACTU]

Multiple job holders earn less 2019-04-18 [ACTU]

Fair Work ruling to be revised after union's appeal upheld 2019-04-18 [The Mail]

Morrison’s backers call for end to workers’ rights 2019-04-17 [ACTU]

Morrison must stand up to Commbank on sackings 2019-04-17 [ACTU]

New South Wales Change the Rules election campaign kicks off in Reid 2019-04-17 [ACTU]

Hospitality workers to feel '$80 million' penalty rate hit over 10-day holiday 2019-04-17 [The Times]

Tasmania The Australian Education Union's Tasmanian branch undertakes new course of industrial action 2019-04-17 [The Advocate]

Commonwealth Bank forced to pay back workers $5 million amid IT bungle 2019-04-17 [9 News]

Raise the rate: The AUWU’s Jeremy Poxon talks welfare 2019-04-17 [The Big Smoke]

Tougher penalties for spitters and poo throwers do not go far enough, police union says 2019-04-17 [ABC]

Aged care workers unite – release solutions to aged care crisis 2019-04-16 [United Voice]

Aged care workers unite with release of solutions to the crisis 2019-04-16 [HSU]

Tasmania Hobart Bus Drivers to Stop Work on Tuesday 2019-04-16 [RTBU]

Victoria Broadmeadows injured workers support group 2019-04-16 [NUW]

New South Wales Change the Rules: Sydney Call Nights 2019-04-16 [CPSU]

New South Wales Change the Rules election campaign kicks off in Robertson 2019-04-16 [ACTU]

Hospitality workers to feel '$80 million' penalty rate hit over 10-day holiday 2019-04-16 [The Morning Herald]

Tasmania Parliamentary Salaries Inquiry Submission 2019-04-15 [Unions Tasmania]

Govt misses another chance to support Australian stories 2019-04-15 [MEAA]

Half-hour work stoppages continue through Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday 2019-04-15 [CWU]

Nurses and midwives central to provide better health care 2019-04-15 [ANMF]

A Budget that revealed much about the Morrison Government 2019-04-15 [AEU]

Western Australia WA latest state to take on gender pay gap battle, with ECEC firmly in their sights 2019-04-15 [The Sector]

Who should I vote for? Policy guide to the 2019 Australian election 2019-04-15 [The Guardian]

Clive Palmer promises to pay back workers' entitlements while denying sacking anyone 2019-04-15 [ABC]

Business group slams union wage call 2019-04-15 [SBS]

MEAA opposes US extradition of Assange 2019-04-13 [MEAA]

Queensland UQ HASS Faculty Board Rejects Proposed Ramsay Programme 2019-04-13 [NTEU]

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This month in labour history

2-04-1874 Workers at Moonta Mines begin a two-week strike that successfully prevents their wages being cut by maangement. [more]

21-04-1856 A day long strike by Melbourne stonemasons wins the enforcement of the eight hour day. [more]