The Coalition will struggle to get its controversial anti-union legislation passed even though it was the reason for calling an early federal election.
Anna Patty is Workplace Editor for The Sydney Morning Herald. She is a former State Political Reporter and Education Editor.
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Unions fear funding for victims of domestic violence and homelessness is at risk.
Anouk Sireude resigned from her job when she was 12 weeks pregnant because another company offered her an extra month of paid parental leave.
Confusion over the Turnbull government's proposed building code could derail projects, union warns.
A new internship program introduced to combat youth unemployment is at risk of becoming a "jobs destruction program" unless safeguards are introduced to prevent exploitation, workplace experts have warned.
The national Work for the Dole program is facing criticism for failing to protect the safety of volunteer workers and for not helping many to find work suited to their skills.
It's time for a "two-way exchange" when it comes to gender and careers, says the Employment Minister.
Tim Wilson will give up his $400,000 Human Rights Commission job at the end of the week to demonstrate his willingness to sacrifice everything for his bid to enter Federal politics.
Opposition leader Bill Shorten has agreed with barristers for the trade union royal commission that he has no criminal case to answer.
The Labor Party has accused the trade union royal commission of "modern day McCarthyism" and has forced it to back down on a call for the personal details of thousands of members.