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The number of Australians on JobKeeper has more than halved since September – but 1.5 million people still rely on it


Half of Australia's casual workers aren't even paid loading, a new report has found, as the government plans to wind back their entitlements


Australian casual staff will lose out on $39 billion in entitlements as part of the Morrison government's proposed transformation of insecure work



The government could expand pandemic leave to more Australian workers as Victorian cases continue to spike


Paid pandemic leave has just been granted to Australian aged care workers – and unions are calling for it to be extended to everyone


'Inadequate and needs bolstering': Here's how Australia is reacting to the government's JobKeeper and JobSeeker changes



Calls for paid pandemic leave are growing after 80% of Victorian coronavirus cases were linked to the workplace


The government is moving to reduce the time employees have to consider changes to their enterprise agreements. Unions say it leaves workers 'exposed'.


Unions are calling for a government wage subsidy of up to 80% to protect jobs from the coronavirus downturn


Unions are pushing for 5-year prison sentences and multimillion-dollar fines for wage theft, but an employer group says it shouldn't be considered a crime at all


Masterchef judge George Calombaris fined a measly $200,000 for ripping off employees $7.8 million – as he's compared to a 'bank robber'


Unions say proposed changes to superannuation ignore the fact that super is a part of wages



This experiment shows the majority of Australians probably support the current penalty rate system


Holiday Pay For Australian Workers Could Be On The Chopping Block Next Year


There's A Big Fight Brewing Between Tony Abbott And Unions Over Corruption Taskforce