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Workers in unions prevent Apple employees being squeezed for excessive hours and low pay [Australian Unions] 2022-09-25

Why young people do dream of labour but not as we know it [Australian Unions] 2022-09-25

Climate action could create hundreds of thousands of new, secure, well-paid jobs. If we act now. [Australian Unions] 2022-09-17

The Jobs and Skills Summit: what can be achieved when we listen to everyone [Australian Unions] 2022-09-17

It is possible to take home millions of dollars in pay. But what’s the dark secret? [Australian Unions] 2022-09-17

Record number of workers forced to pick up second jobs [ACTU] 2022-09-17

Employers must respect the right to disconnect from work [The Morning Herald] 2022-09-16

76 Days, 230 Workers and $1.5 Billion – how OA members won a landmark EA on the Shell Prelude [AWU] 2022-09-08

Unions call for Joyce’s departure as Qantas flounders [Australian Unions] 2022-09-08

Workers’ share of GDP plummets to lowest on record [ACTU] 2022-09-08

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Today's labour news


TWU Welcomes return of fuel tax credits for truck operators and drivers 2022-09-25 [TWU]

Workers in unions prevent Apple employees being squeezed for excessive hours and low pay 2022-09-25 [Australian Unions]

CEO fat cheque factcheck: what’s really driving inflation? 2022-09-25 [Australian Unions]

Why the right to disconnect matters to workers 2022-09-25 [Australian Unions]

Changing the world one workplace at a time? That’s the power of people working in union 2022-09-25 [Australian Unions]

Why young people do dream of labour but not as we know it 2022-09-25 [Australian Unions]

South Australia Workers walk after Mayne stalls on pay rises 2022-09-22 [UWU]

UWU and ECA announce joint crisis summit for early education 2022-09-22 [UWU]

Western Australia UnionsWA 2022 Safety Reps Conference 2022-09-22 [UnionsWA]

New South Wales NTEU strikes for pay and conditions 2022-09-22 [Green Left Weekly]

Western Australia WA braces for school holiday airport chaos as union warns things could be worse than July 2022-09-22 [ABC]

Apple agrees to negotiate with unions in Australian Apple retail stores 2022-09-22 [Apple Insider]

Queensland BHP coal mine workers in Australian state set to vote on industrial action 2022-09-22 [Mining]

Australian Capital Territory Voice recognition will replace health workers, union claims 2022-09-20 [Canberra Weekly]

Commonwealth bank takes knife to bankwest 2022-09-20 [FSU]

South Australia Adelaide pharma workers go on strike 2022-09-20 [InDaily]

Major bank faces strike action over pay 2022-09-20 [HRD]

New push for four day working week gather momentum 2022-09-18 [News]

Apple workers organise to fight for a fair enterprise agreement 2022-09-17 [Green Left Weekly]

Western Australia Union welcomes revised wages policy 2022-09-17 [UWU]

Airport workers at menzies and dnata catering lock in agreements 2022-09-17 [TWU]

Esso looking to cut corners in Bass Strait Decommissioning 2022-09-17 [AWU]

New application for a member ballot to withdraw from CFMMEU 2022-09-17 [MEU]

Queensland James Cook University wants to slash 10 per cent of professional jobs 2022-09-17 [NTEU]

Statement on maritime employers' comments about Australian port productivity 2022-09-17 [MUA]

New South Wales Prosecution against CFMEU dismissed after case collapses 2022-09-17 [CFMEU]

Climate action could create hundreds of thousands of new, secure, well-paid jobs. If we act now. 2022-09-17 [Australian Unions]

Compensating early educators critical for Australia’s future 2022-09-17 [Australian Unions]

The Jobs and Skills Summit: what can be achieved when we listen to everyone 2022-09-17 [Australian Unions]

Tuftmasters carpeted by union win 2022-09-17 [Australian Unions]

It is possible to take home millions of dollars in pay. But what’s the dark secret? 2022-09-17 [Australian Unions]

Workers must not be asked to isolate without paid pandemic leave 2022-09-17 [ACTU]

Record number of workers forced to pick up second jobs 2022-09-17 [ACTU]

New South Wales Opal card strike action called off 2022-09-17 [Sky]

New South Wales Boss called out for speech over worker's death 2022-09-17 [People Matters]

Rugby League Players Association slams Caitlin Moran sanction following controversial Queen Elizabeth II remarks 2022-09-17 [ABC]

Childcare workers strike for better conditions 2022-09-16 [The Times]

Employers must respect the right to disconnect from work 2022-09-16 [The Morning Herald]

The continuing legacy of industry super funds 2022-09-16 [Australian Unions]

New South Wales ‘I’m not loyal to coal’: The Hunter readies for change 2022-09-16 [The Saturday Paper]

New South Wales Free train travel in Sydney next Wednesday 2022-09-16 [Sydney Morning Herald]

New South Wales Premier loses control as union declares free train rides indefinitely 2022-09-16 [2GB]

Cost-of-living crisis continues despite low unemployment 2022-09-15 [ACTU]

New South Wales Rugby League players association slams Caitlin Moran sanction following controversial Queen Elizabeth II remarks 2022-09-15 [ABC]

Your teachers are voting too: NTEU elections prove campus democracy isn’t just for students 2022-09-13 [Honi Soit]

Farmers fined for failing to comply with workplace laws as new minimum wage takes effect 2022-09-13 [The Guardian]

New South Wales Broken Hill Trades Hall seeks government support for world heritage listing bid 2022-09-13 [ABC]

Childcare workers strike for pay, conditions in ‘largest shutdown’ ever 2022-09-11 [Green Left Weekly]

TWU slams Joyce pay rise while Qantas safety and service plummeted 2022-09-11 [TWU]

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This month in labour history


10-09-1892 The first train of contractors brought in to scab during the Broken Hill miners' strike arrives and is met with hostility from local men and women. [more]

10-09-1917 Mass meetings of Sydney railway workers express outrage at the unions' capitulation to the government's terms, but nevertheless a return to work from the general strike begins. [more]

23-09-1945 Australian wharfies refuse to work on Dutch vessels in support of Indonesia’s Independence. [more]