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New South Wales United Workers Union National Secretary Tim Kennedy on yesterday’s workplace fatality [UWU] 2022-11-28

Albanese Government follows through on commitment to Respect@Work [ACTU] 2022-11-28

Western Australia ‘Amber-Jade, give us a raise’: WA nurses march on health minister’s office in major strike [The Morning Herald] 2022-11-25

Multi-employer bargaining will tackle gender pay gap [ACTU] 2022-11-24

Aged care workers’ 15% pay rise a start but higher increase is “beyond urgent” [Australian Unions] 2022-11-24

High court to hear Qantas appeal on largest case of illegal sackings in Australian history [TWU] 2022-11-23

New South Wales 'It's crushing my soul': Nurses in NSW strike for 24 hours in call for better conditions [9 News] 2022-11-23

Risky, silicosis-causing stone product must be banned, construction union tells government [ABC] 2022-11-23

Australians have waited too long for a pay rise - the Senate needs to pass the Secure Jobs, Better Pay Bill [Labour Law Down Under] 2022-11-22

How far have we come with equal pay for women? [Australian Unions] 2022-11-22

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‘Enough is enough’: Workplace sexual discrimination and harassment reforms become law 2022-11-28 [The New Daily]

Workplace laws set to pass parliament 2022-11-28 [The New Daily]

New South Wales United Workers Union National Secretary Tim Kennedy on yesterday’s workplace fatality 2022-11-28 [UWU]

Victoria Workers call for Bakers Delight to ‘keep it real’ amid Pampas dispute 2022-11-28 [UWU]

Sorbent joins call for action on gas prices 2022-11-28 [AWU]

RSCA teams up with Woolworths in Swan Hill to fight worker exploitation 2022-11-28 [AWU]

AWU members at Qenos under pressure as energy costs set to double in 2023 2022-11-28 [AWU]

Backpay for workers who moved between Public Mental Health Services after July 2021 2022-11-28 [HACSU]

MEAA members in the thick of it at global union congress 2022-11-28 [MEAA]

Make it Australian makes a splash in Canberra 2022-11-28 [MEAA]

Qantas refuses to negotiate over outdated safety standards: your latest bargaining update 2022-11-28 [ASU]

Albanese Government Acts to Stop Sackings in Aged Care 2022-11-28 [ANMF]

Nurturing our First Nations workforce 2022-11-28 [AEU]

Global Collective action on a global scale 2022-11-28 [Australian Unions]

Albanese Government follows through on commitment to Respect@Work 2022-11-28 [ACTU]

Mandate aged care skill mix, says nurses union 2022-11-28 [Ageing Agenda]

Band-aids, football, and the gender pay gap. Here’s the news you might’ve missed this month. 2022-11-28 [Australian Unions]

New South Wales NSW nurses and midwives take fourth strike to demand safe ratios 2022-11-28 [GreenLeft]

Western Australia 3000 WA nurses and midwives rally for better wages and conditions 2022-11-28 [GreenLeft]

Australian Capital Territory Paramedics and Transport Workers' Union call for better working conditions, rostering and support from Emergency Services Agency 2022-11-25 [ABC]

Victoria Food manufacturing workers in Victoria strike over pay and use of labour-hire workers 2022-11-25 [SIA]

Western Australia As nurses strike, WA's Industrial Relation Commission faces its biggest challenge in years 2022-11-25 [ABC]

Western Australia ‘Amber-Jade, give us a raise’: WA nurses march on health minister’s office in major strike 2022-11-25 [The Morning Herald]

Multi-employer bargaining will tackle gender pay gap 2022-11-24 [ACTU]

ACTU pushes gender pay benefits in bill 2022-11-24 [The West Australian]

Going on parental leave? Here’s why you should know about keeping in touch days 2022-11-24 [Australian Unions]

Casual University Workers in Australia Are Escalating the Campaign Against Wage Theft 2022-11-24 [Jacobin]

Albanese government to water down bargaining bill 2022-11-24 [HRD]

‘Forced to suffer in silence’: Unions push for menstrual and menopause leave 2022-11-24 [Women's Agenda]

Aged care workers’ 15% pay rise a start but higher increase is “beyond urgent” 2022-11-24 [Australian Unions]

New South Wales Industrial Action Could Affect Coffs Harbour Airport 2022-11-23 [News Of the Area]

Western Australia Govt asks IRC to stop nurses federation consulting members on new EBA 2022-11-23 [Green Left Weekly]

Victoria UWU welcomes new future of early education 2022-11-23 [UWU]

Victoria Court’s security stop work for family and faith 2022-11-23 [UWU]

Brazil Western Australia Unions & Politics in Brazil 2022-11-23 [UnionsWA]

Tasmania Tasmania Needs a Pay Rise, now! 2022-11-23 [Unions Tasmania]

High court to hear Qantas appeal on largest case of illegal sackings in Australian history 2022-11-23 [TWU]

Inverleigh derailment shows need for urgent overhaul of rail safety 2022-11-23 [RTBU]

New South Wales AWU members at Snack Brands feeling the heat as gas prices rise 2022-11-23 [AWU]

AWU leads push for paid menstrual, menopausal leave 2022-11-23 [AWU]

Rigby joins Executive as six players inducted into Hall of Fame at PFA AGM 2022-11-23 [PFA]

BHP ordered to compensate dismissed contractor 2022-11-23 [MEU]

Our job is to keep up the pressure 2022-11-23 [MEAA]

Victoria Monash launches extraordinary bid to dodge wage theft liability 2022-11-23 [NTEU]

Van safety checks - meal breaks 2022-11-23 [CWU]

ASU takes Qantas to the Fair Work Commission to get a fair deal for all under EBA12 2022-11-23 [ASU]

Enrolled Nurses Cut from Understaffed Nursing Homes 2022-11-23 [ANMF]

Lessons for the future 2022-11-23 [AEU]

New South Wales 'It's crushing my soul': Nurses in NSW strike for 24 hours in call for better conditions 2022-11-23 [9 News]

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This month in labour history


1-11-1923 Police in Melbourne strike against the use of labour spies? [more]

2-11-1928 Police fire on striking dock workers in Melbourne, killing one man. [more]

4-11-1908 Sydney's rockchoppers vow to continue their strike "so long as one single member of the union remains in gaol." [more]

5-11-1890 Miners in Newcastle are the last New South Wales workers to return to work after the Great Strike. [more]

29-11-1849 Chartist leader William Cuffay arrives in Australia, having been transported from Britain after his treason trial [more]