Balancing work and family life is essential for the wellbeing of our whole community and yet it is a balancing act that is becoming increasingly difficult.
Unions are determined that no worker be left worse off as a result of award modernisation, and will pursue employers who use modern awards to cut pay.
Each year the ACTU and unions claim a pay rise for Australian workers through the Minimum Wages Case.
Australian unions believe that working life should be enjoyable and that it should give people the satisfaction of using their skills to the fullest measure, and making a contribution to the common good.
Executive PayWatch highlights the blatant hypocrisy of big business executives in pushing for industrial relations deregulation that would cut the pay, conditions and rights of Australian workers.
Unions have campaigned for decades about the dangers of asbestos and have successfully helped secure long term compensation for people affected by asbestos-related disease.
Unions believe that all workers in Australia, no matter where they’re from, should have equal rights to decent pay and conditions and be treated fairly at work.
18-20 Years Old? Get the pay you deserve. Workers deserve to be paid based on their contribution to their workplace, not the year they were born.
MUA campaign for a National Stevedoring Code Of Practice.
Restore police resources and make our communities safe.
Worker Assist will provide specialised assistance to injured workers about claims for workers compensation and workplace injury management and return to work.
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