The education sector looks like one of those games of American football where its hard to keep your eye on where the ball is… Neither side seems to have much of a plan for advancing to the end zone.
Police emergency call centre staff afraid their sick leave statistics will be used against them, and their jobs put in jeopardy, is not an isolated case.
The claims by nurses, midwives and healthcare assistants are part of a wider struggle.
During the last nine years of absentee government, we have not been training and retaining enough nurses and teachers.
Labour’s workplace relations policy has sparked fears of a return to the 1970s. But what exactly was happening in the 1970s?
As yet, there has been less traction for forms of the gig economy such as Uber in Latin America. This may be about to change…
Strange indeed to hear a National Prime Minister not only singing the praises of raising wages, but also preaching that this will enable employers to reap future benefits.
What has aroused the ire of Act Leader David Seymour this time is the introduction of a Greens private members bill to the ballot process, “calling for a 15 cents levy on plastic bags to reduce pollution.”
Unpacking the casualising of how and when you work
An interview with new Labour leader, David Shearer
With 90 day trials, the government has broken its decades-long bargain with workers
Treasury, not trade unions, poses the biggest threat to film industry jobs
The unionth are dethpicable!